I should, I believe, or rather, I might revolves around the question of what drives us to repeat and how repetition shapes the space and things that surround us. It draws on existing knowledge and habits in dealing with objects that are familiar. Associations emerge and in the next moment the sculptures withdraw from these attributions again. Like echo chambers in which the meaning of quoted objects is overwritten again and again. A narrative is formed through the repetition of modules and sequences. The poplar, oak and ash veneer is used in accordance with its usual use, but also takes on a form of its own.