I listened with interest. In summary a nice record, I would like to give you some comments from my experience with this sonata:
To 1st mv.: I`m missing quite often dynamical contrasts. The triplets bar 21 are very accurately played (a bit more accurately as I did in my record, I suppose), but they sound a bit too boring for me, I´m missing here the Beethovenian spirit (fire, dynamics) and the sforzati. In the second theme you do too much rubato. I think, this is really over the limit of possibilities IMHO. In bar 64-68 you become very fast and in the part bar 76 ff. you become partly very slow. So the rubati (tempo-differences) are too much. I agree to the comment of Monica to the three movements.
In the part from bar 122-132 the sforzati are audible. In bar 157 the last eigth is rhythmically wrong. The part from 159-170 is rhythmically not clear enough for my taste. In the reprise of the second theme there is same problem like in the exposition.
To 2nd mv.: Bar 77-78 have rhythmical flaws, you changed at some places the sixteenth and the thirtysecond-notes, in bar 89 there is missing a whole quarter-note (the third beat) and you play the run a quarter too early. In bar 102 you play the sixteenth in the RH like eigth.
The quite fast tempo is possible and mostly you hold it very well, but for me it´s a little bit too fast, so that some expression is lost.
To 3rd mv.: in bar 4-6 the second a in the bass is sometimes not audible. For my taste the rubati in the whole movement are sometimes too big, that means too much tempo-uneveness. (I can´t imagine Beethoven has intended this, but, what a pity, I do not know him personally.
) Bar 99-101 is really too uneve, that means rhythmically wrong.
Though the tempo-changes are over the limit here IMO this movement has really much expression and is played with much feeling.
So, in summary it is an interesting and unusual recording for me and an achievement, though I do not agree to all points of interpretation. I hope you feel my critical remarks to be helpful, they reflect just my opinion. Thank you for sharing.