Watercolour paintings on styrofoam, cardboard and wood
The work consists of two models of spiral staircases. They rotate around their own axis from floor to ceiling. Each step represents a scene from my parents’ lives. Some are from the stories I’ve heard, others are things I experienced myself. Fragments of the past form a new shape. When you paint, you tell something in color and form; an inner world, of vague and complicated contexts, rendered in watercolor paintings. They are painted in different ways, but inserted in a repeating structure.
In art, there is freedom and imagination. Art is a part of reality. It can be a statement and an invitation. It can arouse the viewer’s memories or lead to speculation. People see a lot of things and are involved in a lot of things. The brain is constantly working to make ends meet. I want my stuff to be both real and unreal. I want my sculptures and paintings to look homemade and strange. I want the viewer to feel that there are different ways of looking at things.