Statement of Practice
My artistic research focuses on the psyche expressed though visual manifestation. I use the human figure to express what comes out of reflective processes. I create them in the various compositions and creative forms.
When I explore the relation between inner and outer worlds, I tend to find myself in a conversation with the unknown. My unexplored self becomes the focus of my own observation, too. In doing so, I come to better understand both of myself and the world around me. Creating each work is a moment of meditation that starts from chaos ending to an ordered whole. The process!
The work itself changes dramatically during this process, and it’s influenced by emotions, thoughts, memories, and external events. Once the moment of meditation (the process) is complete, the work stands as a statement of the journey itself. By entering to my creative “space”, I often need to allow the mind to wander in to the depths of the unconscious. Here, I find the first source of my creative subjects and processes.