The principles in my work are specific areas and the possibility of changing their perception by using light and architectural interventions. This calls into question the "real": the space is altered by me, whilst maintaining its original reality. As the French writer Gerard de Nerval once wrote: "I do not think that the human imagination ever invented something that was untrue in this world or in anything else" ... My spaces aim at tackling the viewer, who finds himself at the heart of the work, on the wrong move; the familiar sense of balance, the sense of top and bottom, left and right, are placed in questioning due to unjustness in the space. Such effects are being created through, for example, the use of complementary colors in a setting of perspective distortion by subtly shifted or just slightly angled walls as well as the way in which some areas attain considerable change in their features and atmosphere due to a change in daylight. These spaces differ from the space constructed by the architect in the sense that they are not "habitable" but “experiencable.” The uncertainty evoked by the 'new' space as well as the search for grip and comfort that this entails, offers visitors the opportunity to again reflect on what is familiar, solid and seems certain. It then appears that there is obviously far less established than we think, that our world is build up by a matter of agreed perception and convention and that there are multiple possibilities for the experience of a space (the world, life, etc.). Through my practice of three-dimensional painting with light, I create the possibility of questioning the known and the certain through an alternative sensory experience in which the senses form an entrance for our personal reflection on the world and our place in it.