Cities are not only places of infrastructure and function but allow space for leisure, contact and intervention. The city creates a climate where the citizens can claim space in public realms and question the existence of private and public space. This fine line of private and public space is what triggers my imagination. As a designer I seek the opportunity to play within this area and intervene with new perspectives.

The question is what defines privacy and how can we play with the notion of seen and unseen? How can objects in public space invite the audience to interact differently? How can design take a new role in allowing citizens to rethink the usage of their cities? My products are on the border of where private becomes public and visa versa, through the use of light I let my work play with the users and allow new transfers and interaction.