As I see it, the burning question of sculpting remains: How do I influence the material and how does the material influence me, and how does this dynamic become a sculpture. Using a range of physical influences, I negotiate between the powers I impose and the nature of the material. 

The sculptures that I make reflects my interest in process, movement, body, gestures and material experimentation. The artworks are mainly created out of processable materials like cement, latex, resin, concrete, wax, bronze etc. Usually, the creations range from basic shapes to amorphic shapes that reveal the traces of the conditions of the sculpture’s creation, and often the making of the work is embedded in the work itself.

My work is created and determined by process that occur during their making. I seek to explore and experiment. I like to think about the sculptural action as an intention to set free a material from its predetermined destiny.