"I am fascinated by the dermis as a material, sensor, contact organ and medium for non-verbal communications. While our lives are increasingly surrounded with artificial intelligence and digital networks I am interested in the directness of the skin - skin as an analogue system. [...] The Touch Me installation invites visitors to create visual responses through touch and metamorphoses from one state into another."
From my essay 'Re-thinking Touch' at ' Sk-interfaces ' edited by Jens Hauser. (2008)
Various versions of the space specific 'Touch Me' installation were shoved at V&A ('Touch Me' exhibition, 2005), the Foreign Art Museum in Riga, Latvia (solo exhibition 'Skin Stories II - Archaeology of Skin', 2006), FACT - Foundation for Art and Creative Technology in Liverpool ( exhibition 'Sk-interfaces ', 2008) and Casino Luxembourg - Forum d'art contemporain ( 'Sk-interfaces' , 2009).