My practice questions the impulse to render information and physical bodies transparent. Models and patterns are often used in order to reveal, yet these representations of our bodies and data further accumulate layers of information, which we must decode, often with the help of a key or an authority in the subject. Yet in a world filled with transparency, we are confronted with more information, more information than can possibly be digested. Access to the decoded data becomes the new currency of power. I create my own information systems, which the viewer is invited to decode.