I think that any artwork is a self-portrait. It’s always a mirror of some sort. In my case, it’s never aiming to be a ‘representational’ self-portrait but a mental one, so to speak. However, I do try to avoid placing my self or my biography into the work – so that these self-portraits can be universal in a way. My own interest and relationship with the Wandering Jew myth is something that I think of in universal terms, rather than stemming from nationality or religion. It’s about being unwanted, without a ground under your feet everywhere you walk to, or having a home and a country but still feeling lost and detached.