My geometric abstract works explore the inner world of the Human Being. It is one holistic subject matter representing both the individual and our collective society at a theoretical, abstract level. My art is an intuitive expression of what we as humans experience, think and feel throughout our lives.
A key part of my art is color. I use solid colors mixing and creating hues that are very personal. On the other hand I have geometric shapes. The simplicity and unambiguity of primary geometric shapes such as rectangle, circle or triangle help me to make clear and concise statements. Using solid and uniform colors with primary geometric shapes enables me to express myself much more clearly and convincingly than I could have done with other means. Ideas, feelings, thoughts and their interactions are represented by a dynamic interplay of color and non-representational forms. My works talk about a situation or a state of mind that we may experience collectively or individually. They are usually dynamic and have energy and motion.
In my works complexity and minimalism coexist. We can’t avoid complexity because it is part of our reality. I reduce and minimize complexity observed in life hence my art may be classified as minimalism. At the same time it is more complex than what we know as minimal art. Including complexity is a way for me to stay connected with reality.