My practice consists of the parts that are closely interconnected: research projects that are carried out all over the world, site-specific interventions and the initiative Enough Room for Space. The ongoing research aims to gain an insight into the way in which the world is organised. Not by means of abstract maps and purely geographical data, but by arranging photographic registrations of the world according to personal criteria. At the moment, the archive is made up of three ordering systems, viz. ‘Gestures’, ‘References’ and ‘Speculations’. The archive is a footing for site-specific interventions as well as a reflection of the many travels I have undertaken to realise interventions. By making temporary structural alterations, by reorganising objects and spatial characteristics I query the meaning and stratification of space. By recording the traces of other people’s actions, or by making a confronting gesture vis-Ó-vis the actual organisation of the space, these works reinforce the existent characteristics.