The idea that all humans share a way of perceiving the world in some way or another intrigues me. What did the caveman and the modern human have in common? Are they so much different in the first place? The approach to my work comes from adventure and curiosity. I paint to bring forth parts of the unconscious. That's the idea anyway. My work manifests on the spectrum of abstraction to figuration and breathes as if it has its own life.
To create with no intention is not easy and is more of a bodily exercise than an intellectual guideline. When a work starts to create itself it shifts in perspective from rationality to reality (this experience is closely related to a zen Kōan). I hope this reality can be shared among others with the same purpose and maybe even experience.