My work is much about places, about the ways through which one could relate to, move through and comprehend the spatial and environmental aspect of our very travel-able and seemingly smaller world. The travel-ability and mobility of our time intensifies the contact, exchange and comparison between drastically different places and human conditions.
As an artist, I am at the same time puzzled and intrigued by such a phenomenon. Through my work, I explore various ways to arrange and juxtapose different abstract visual elements, images of places and landscapes against one another.
The landscape in my painting are often an imagined place combined smoothly together from a multiple of independent scenes. The actual forms in my painting, let it be the hill, the rock or an open plain, are my condensed expression of the specific abstract relations between things, rather than reference to specific places and locations. In my paintings, I am interested in finding each time a different solution to bridge the unbridgeable spaces, to create a travel-able channel between the places without compromising their own different spatial conditioning and orientations.
Through such a play, I am interested in exploring the gap between forms and, through reversing something certain, to reach an open form that is rich in potentiality.