Oil paint,Arcylic,Canvas 2021
I construct ‘perverse’ spaces. It implies afterimages of the dynamic everyday life and human activities. And express the relative changing relationship between the viewer and things. As in the daily experience in the city, where things come and go so rapidly and are replaced and quickly covered.
My visual language hovers between figuration and abstraction and is populated with unstable fragments which are tangible and intangible. I construct assemblages of detritus, deconstructed and reconstructed from interiors, buildings, and urban architecture, re-purposing, and re-identifying the images and their meanings.
I attempt to put forward a protean self/world relation by depicting the flow, flux, and open and mutating forms. The spaces in my painting, act for me as metaphysical spaces which like the physical place between one destination and the next, to hang my thoughts or my mood in it.