I go to my studio every day; continuity is important.
I want my paintings to look like a new species, suggesting unpredictable dimensions into which the viewer can enter - a floating, shifting space, as if looking into deep water. I rarely know what the end result will look like;
I try to surprise myself.
My interest in nature stems from a childhood spent on islands in Norway, exploring tidal pools, beachcombing, diving through seaweed, looking at reflections and underwater life.
In my use of natural forms, I am really interested in where they will take me, in their potential as catalysts. I look at the natural order and create my own unnatural disorder.