My practice predominantly comprises abstract sculptures that are made from materials found in my immediate environments. Through this I attempt to make sense of myself and my surroundings. While embracing uncertainty and feelings that lie outside the articulation of verbal language, I hinge on certain formal elements from the Minimalist art movement of the 1960s. Repetition of line, the grid, geometry and a focus on material qualities give structure to the otherwise elusive explorations of my practice. My haptic explorations allow me to “think” through making, as an embodied process. I draw on ideas of dance as I move through space and time with my sculptural objects forming temporary attachments.