Much of my work manifests in an interdisciplinary context and is bound to confront traditional performance practice in terms of how sound is produced, heard and seen. Taking the audience to peculiar places, ambiguous and deceiving, where the usual expectations have to be thrown over board. Often the instrumentalists are challenged to go beyond an "only" interpretative function, their corporal presence on stage is fully taken into account.

Regardless the medium, if composed for the stage or an installation, I'd like to invite the listener to engage with the subject matter, to confront and distinct and to physically experience the sculpturesque nature of sound.