dot, line, plane, cube

“I look at the building across the street and see various shapes coming together to form a three-dimensional whole. This illustrates how our environment comprises diverse forms that collectively reflect the complexity of our world”.

In our daily lives, we continuously experience a fascinating phenomenon: the constant alteration of dimensions due to our shifting perspectives. It is remarkable how spaces seem to change shape depending on our point of view.

What we see in this installation is spatial research. The essence of my working method involves breaking down a space into geometric and complex shapes. These shapes are reassembled into a multidimensional work, where dimension, form, perspective, scale, and color are explored. Abstractly, I represent the complexity of the world. It is a study of the possibilities of space and the different ways we can interpret it.