Which topic turns up again and again in your artistic activities?
Dealing with nature as a place of longing, but also a place of inconsiderate destruction, when humans place their needs above those of all other living organisms.
What do you seek to achieve with your arts education activities?
I seek to achieve that the participants see the world a little with different eyes, feel plants as living organisms, become more aware of the forms of trees and their leaves and thus treat nature more mindfully. I would also like to contribute to the participants perceiving themselves with more awareness, finding more peace and expressing this artistically.
What, in your view, is the essence of an artistic intervention in arts education?
It enables surprising aesthetic experiences, rouses us, causes us to question things and, ideally, shows solutions. It gets people to talk.