I am a visual artist and an urban space researcher. My artistic practice and research involves transdisciplinary work on the intersection between arts, architecture and urban sociology. My research focus is related to production of social public spaces and I am often concerned with subjective narrations and experiences of the urban, that critically reflect upon ideas on identities, representations, collective memories and imaginations as possible aspects of city life. To approach these issues I use the methods of observation, interviewing, mental mapping, walking, and documenting in written and video and audio format. Exploiting different media, I usually create public space interventions, that overlay heterogenous narrations of/on a site-specific place. The aesthetic experience of my work puts the viewer/listener in an immersive situation, where the difference between reality and fiction is blurred, thus offering another performative experience and understanding of the urban.