Exposure, graduation exhibition 2017.
My paintings are the material reflections of events that I observe and experience in daily life.
In transition, forms appear on canvas and new forms are generated through rapid personal
associations and interpretations. Beneath every layer exists another painting, like the unconscious; not immediately visible but
always present, and at moments, hidden images, feelings or experiences arise to the surface.
Despite an apparent randomness, elements such as cigarettes, cans or other traces left by people on the street,
regularly return in my work. With these traces I explore the borders of reality in daily life. I observe reality like a kind of crime scene and connect it with my gestures as a painter, not to be
recognized as specific brushstrokes or as the objects’ image itself, but to compose new
observations and feelings on canvas.