Each mark makes reference to a fragment of personal experience. I work with drawing, painting, installation and photography, all of which add different dimensions to my projects. I am fascinated by the epic yet sensitive technique employed by Bruegel in his Alpine drawings which I use to convey different dynamics of relationships between people around me.
In addition to this, drawings by artists such as Wols and Henri Michaux encourage a more obsessive way of working as their work reveals a sense of “existential anxiety”. The making of these images works paradoxically in a therapeutic way, aiding to eradicate this restlessness. The outcome I hope to achieve is a series’ of intimate and honest conversations between my artwork and the viewer.