As an art explorer, I am deep interest in the human body, philosophy and the relationship between physicality and consciousness. My art is a vibrant exploration of the human experience, a reflection of the beauty and complexity of our existence.
I use various techniques to express our emotions and vision, blending traditional and modern styles to create striking, dynamic pieces that captivate the viewer. My work often asks essential questions about our place in the world, our relationships with others and our inner lives.
The change of colour is based on various forms: the alteration of day and night is the rotation of the earth; the yellowing of leaves is the depletion of life; the rusting of copper coins is a reaction to oxygen.
As we move through the world as humans, our presence creates a mark with every external move we make and how that simultaneously leaves an echo in the space around us. In the presence of our surroundings, we can observe reflections, connections and disconnections through a tiny and subjective window, freezing our perspective within a memory or moment.
I am deeply inspired by the fact that Klein devoted his life to a particular colour. It is as if he claimed possession, or at least tried, over this colour, thus, absorbing his being to reinterpret its original state into something engraved with a new identity. When light hits an opaque object, the surface of the object absorbs most of its visible light, reflecting back some of it. The colour of the reflected light is the original colour of the object. Colour, whether subconscious or not, is often subjective and always projected.
In this project, I used colour and transformed matter to reflect my ideas of an individual's experience in the world. A screenshot into the imprints we leave and the constant connection of everything existing around us. In this, I hope to claim my interpretation of all that connects us and how that appears through marks, memories and time, floating and changing but part of the makeup of existence and recorded in presence.