Risk seems necessary for an artwork to take place. I believe it has to do with allowing what we cannot control. In between non-control and control, my role is to create a chaos to be guided and framed - or the opposite - a frame within which chaos may survive. When allowing freedom into my practice, things happen almost by themselves - where I am in dialogue with them. For me, it always comes down to a certain musicality and composition. My works tend to question the situation and space where 'it' may take place. Coming from contemporary dance and improvisation, my work is space-, body- and sensorial- related. Imprinted in me feels dealing with architecture from a dance perspective, using 'what is already there'. Now, the room is performing.