My books are emergency answers to particular situations : developing tactics in a foreign environment, and collaborating with the local publishing and printing institutions, that can eventually lead to new friendships and collective projects. My work is informed by a lengthy collection process involving fieldwork, as well as the analyzation, deconstruction, and criticism of pertinent research. Participative books, archive- books, forbidden books. I draw my inspiration from the Xerox philosophy, a movement to democratize information by quickly and cheaply reproducing open-source documents.

Since 2014 I’ve been working as a student at the artist’s books workshop under the direction of Ju-Young Kim at the HEAR.

Since August 2019 I live and work in Brussels as personal assistant of the illustrator Hatiye Garip.

thanks to Michel Ravey for your support to create my own website.