Roaming through virtual worlds, I look for areas where the walls between the objects blend together and create something that wasn't intended to be seen. As a consumer of video games, you're encouraged to take on the role of an adventurer, but your adventures are limited. Instead of following the rules, I decided I would fulfill my role as an adventurer and find new spaces.

When I approach the limits of these virtual worlds, the game reacts in a human way. Being confronted with their limits, they break down to the basics; line, shape and color. I realize that I'm exploring a world that is supposed to be comparable to reality, but isn't. Technology is constantly progressing, but even now I can still find the flaws. And the flaws are beautiful and human. They show me that everything we create has an element of humanity to it.