As a painter and sculptor, I would like to draw attention to the tension between hidden stratum and deeper traces, the interaction between objects, the effects of light and shadow, the abstraction on the essential – everything that we do not immediately perceive at first glance, but which is there nonetheless, playing its role in the impact of a work of art. Like a sensual bridge between the real and the imaginary, between material and immaterial. What you see is what you don't see.
Art is a language without words. That's why I don't give my works any titles that unnecessarily charge them. There is no story I need to tell. In the end, they are self-sufficient objects that evoke a noticeable resonance, a sensual perception, the desire to touch – or they don't.