What interests me as an artist are people’s different points of view based on their individual experience and memories as well as the inconsistencies and uncertainties in people’s visual perception of the world.
Perspective and light are eternal themes in painting. I take these as the basis for exploring the ambivalent expressions that arise when the “realistic viewpoint” and “unfiltered vision” coincide. This is achieved by disjoining the spatial hierarchy and by equally balancing color and composition.
By rendering perception, structure, substance and light in their pure state, the painting becomes a space (or room) where the viewer can breathe freely.
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