The work of DD Trans evolves around the notion of transformation: everyday, often domestic objects are taken out of context and, with a slight intervention, are forged into works of art. DD Trans gives his objects a less non-committal character in a refined and playful yet non-monumental way. Usually these are interventions are quite minimalistic. For example, a rubber door buffer that is placed in the middle of an empty gallery is a stumbling block, metal meat hooks form a heart, or a coat rack is constructed from various clothes hangers. The artist gets his inspiration from visits to hardware stores. His vocabulary includes kitchen paper, sanding brushes and squeegees. He does not break radically with his past, but continues where he left off. Some return after years, but are then worked out in greater detail.