I am not a story teller. But I feel the work I make tells the story «between the lines» on its own. The story told: take a closer look, get in touch, don't judge, don't assume. I just prefer to be questioning rather than explaining. My work does not exist in a vacuum but it is part of me, my life, and the world I live in. However, I’ve never felt it necessary to title my works. Art does not need translation, it's a language without words, a transference through matter. I want it to be left as open ended as possible, so that the experience is to be that of the beholder’s. At the end they are autonomous objects that has to exist within themselves. They call for a resonance, a sensual perception, a touch – or not. That’s it.
The work that I have picked up on in recent years is a continuum of what I started and studied more than three decades ago. Now that I'm in my late fifties, art has become my full-time occupation and passion. Before I have built a way back to my own creative self at the end of 2016, I worked as a designer on my own company for over 30 years. So the progress is like the replacement of the digital back to the analog – to the craft.
Do you, in your pace.