My work comes from a place that has no name. The paintings describe everyday urban landscapes that are surreal and apocalyptic. They range from the realistic to the abstract, landscapes painted on the axis between what is there and what is absent, what is hidden and what is visible – surging through the underground channels of our subconscious.
The narrative that drives my works brings up questions about our borderline existence between reality and fiction. The works live on the seams between what is broken and woven anew, between vulnerability and strength. I aim to raise to the surface the power of that which is hidden.
A recurring theme in my art is the position of man in relationship to nature and the alienating city. Examining humanity along the backdrop of political shifts of power and historical moments that challenge over and over again our ability to survive.