The Museum of Modern Art,
The notion of architecture as an environment is the basis for her sculptural thinking. Her work investigates the interrelations between the participatory human being and the work of art, as common entities in a given space.
For the past eleven years she has been creating numerous site-installations, questioning the importance of concrete spaces in the perception of the artwork.
Since she started working with the computer, she finds it a landmark in defining comprehensive experiences. Yet, her intentions are to maintain the physical involvement of the artist and the spectator in the act of creation. Her works are an attempt to maintain a language which is mechanical and technological, but still spiritual, personal, and sensual.