London The Holy Art Gallery, October 6 (Group exhibition)
Paris Art fair Jan 2024
My paintings serve as a visual representation of the times we live in, reflecting the issues and concerns of society, my personal experiences and process of self consciousness. They highlight a general mood of isolation, mystery and a sense of ambiguity. By portraying these struggles in a metaphysical manner, I want to provide a space for empathy and introspection, inviting viewers to reflect on their own experiences and perceptions. Creature that departs from the conventional representation of humans delves into a realm where imagination and symbolism intertwine and reveal the depths of human experiences and emotions in a more abstract and universal manner and through their distorted forms contemplating the complexities of existence.
I like to look at the perspective that our universe exists in a block-like structure, where the past, present, and future are all equally real and coexist simultaneously. Therefore, the distinction between those divisions of time becomes somewhat blurred questioning the relativity of the object and its physical meaning.
I believe art has the potential to transcend borders so we can celebrate diversity, challenge stereotypes, and promote inclusivity. Art has the power to plant seeds of thought and evoke conversations that may eventually lead to transformation.