I have always been intrigued by the process of aging and end-of-life ramification, from the freshness of tomatoes to the wrinkle age of life in humans, animals, plants, and products. I am an interdisciplinary artist based in Groningen, The Netherlands.
I work on various media, including painting, photography, and sculpture. I am interested in exploring issues related to identity, possibility, and our universe.
I am more interested in my work’s contents and the impression it generates rather than techniques and styles: using metaphorical elements/parody with minimum regard for the artwork’s aesthetic result.
I also use various materials in my art projects, new or used materials, or found objects that appropriately challenge the particular subjects that I set out to address in my project.
My creative objectives are not to achieve perfection in my work but to relentlessly pursue it because, in my opinion, perfectionism is a fantasy that limits creative progress; therefore, I tend to create my work with minimum attention to aesthetic appeal.
And to allow the viewer’s imagination to play a critical role in appreciating my work in a socio-cultural context.