I base my work on the careful observation of human nature in my daily encounters. I explore momentary recordings of realities and express them as an aesthetic idea.
In interpreting visual experiences, heads and bodies either appear as anonymous portraits or as individual visà-vis. I place these concrete or fictitious portrayals within isolated pictorial grounds. Devoid of any concrete definition of context, they have to stand their ground and declare themselves. There is no background story that could work as any sort of narration.
By focusing on a seemingly singular statement which at the same time is highly complex, the pictures are decelerated. This allows me to explore human nature in all its manifestations between birth and death.