«Patterns and disruptions. That’s how I perceive and represent the world in my works. The patterns repeat themselves over and over in small or big cycles, always slightly different, accumulating dust, noise and offsets with each repetition until they ultimately disrupt or dissolve. The disruptions give way to new beginnings.
Linoprint is my technique of choice to explore the beauty of organized confusion and random imperfections of the human condition and our surroundings. The handcarved blocks are repeatedly printed by hand or with a festoon to create abstract compositions in which the flaws are elevated to become integral parts of the work, constituting its character and contributing to its depth.
The creative process is absolutely vital to me. The repetitive execution of patterns induces a trance-like state that allows me to find a certain internal balance. Art is my only channel to express my emotions and communicate with the environment around me.»