My work explores the gap between a utopia and reality. I use ordinary objects to find or transform meaning and make sculptures. The work is shown in a simple, playful and humorous way. I consider and create the sense of space, time and measurement in relation to the human body. I then compare these with the actual situation in reality. I use my sculptures to reveal the space occupied in a new light. The extent of the sculpture's influence is through its relation with the audience. I also use visual tools, such as bubble levels, to check if things truly live up to the way they want to be perceived. For example, if a picture is hung perfectly horizontal or if it is askew. In this way I show whether what we believe is the same or different from the reality presented. Thus, invisible areas of perception can be made visible.