My work focuses on an interdisciplinary approach to sound that puts immersive performances in a wide context, both conceptually and practically. While pursuing a classical music education, I developed an interest in the interdependence of sound and their carriers and well as in the socio-acoustic conditions of their usage. This initial interest advanced into the exploration of a possible dialogue between the listener’s corporeal and emotional experience and immersive sound situations initiated by the artist. My performances address a spectrum of control and lack thereof. While seeing the viewer as an active part of the work, my work also welcomes the unpredictable qualities of the material, often emerging in the form of unstable systems and ambiguous sonic gestures. In my current practice I investigate new modes of performing and perceiving, hereby deliberately creating coexisting soundscapes and feedback loops that blur the lines between sound and space, and spectator and performer.