I observe, compare, affect and transform.
I ameliorate and deteriorate situations and objects to create new meanings.
Commenting through form, I personify the ordinary, activate the inanimate and create unusual situations from simple encounters.
I disguise common things into rare,
valuable moments of art
My paintings act as imaginary micro-cultures and revolve around notions of play, kitsch, “mise en scène”, utopia and falsehood. They are arid, semi-deserted chromatic spaces where everything is possible, yet nothing truly exist.
By being both the décor and what hides behind it, my work invites the viewer to challenge the integrity of what they see by presenting the art object as a masquerade.