The focus of my practice is based on human interactions; the relation with ourselves and with each other. My research currently focuses on how art can question universal problems such as warfare, corruption, climate change, or the psychology of human consciousness. Through individual, collaborative, and curatorial projects, my work explores both factual and speculative scenarios concerning the ecological and socio-political position of human and non-human beings in the past, present and future.

I’m a multi-media artist with an interdisciplinary practice that often intertwines site-specificity with sculpture, painting, drawing, photography, digital image, installation, sound and performance. However, the emphasis within my work always remains on the concept and critical questioning of the subject rather than the medium itself.

In 2018, I co-founded the non-profit community and ecology focused venture HOXTON 253 art project space with my partner Mirko Boffelli. While strategically building collaborations with established professionals and institutions we provide an experimental platform to emerging and mid-career artists.

Since 2020, I have been working as an Associate Lecturer at Chelsea College of Arts, UAL.

Since 2023, I have been working on exhibition production at the Serpentine Galleries.