An investigation of the manual printing technique and the power and meaning of original artworks, this series explores the duality of the individual and the collective – the simultaneous human need for belonging and uniqueness.
Repetition and collectivism are materialized in the screen printing process, a manual yet mechanical technique that creates a sense of uniformity and continuity.
Color pencil and acrylic on paper,
This series interrogates the common understanding of the natural effects of time. Loss and damage are referred to as vanishing processes, yet every deconstruction coexists with a symbolic gain. Posing a sincere question, rather than hinting at any answers, these works are an invitation to reflect on the subject's projection of meaning.
Drawn by hand using black marker on silk paper, these sketches are an investigation of composition and scale. Parting from organic forms that will develop over time to become recurring elements of the artist's work, these lively and forms and shapes are explored, repeated, modified and layered providing the viewer with a fundamental perspective to the artist's visual language.