Some days I come to the studio and begin to work on a sculpture as if I'm possessed - I start bending the iron, I cut it, heat it, mould it. 

There are days, in which I just come, sit, and look at the sculpture, and I can sit for hours and argue with it within my head. 

My pieces show motion, they are motion, they are talking about motion. I never think about it when I make them, they are just created with that motion. 

I want to bring something raw, basic, which is true for all of us. 

My inspiration is from those around me. It is the things I see, things that happen, from my inside, from my fears.