My artistic practice is driven by a conceptual exploration of building forms and the intricate nature of spaces. I am fascinated by the interplay between the inside and outside, and this fascination manifests in my artwork through a merging of representations. Rather than simply depicting buildings, some of my works evoke a sense of frozen air movement, capturing the dynamic essence of architectural structures.
In my creative process, I continuously try to push the boundaries of digital and analogue representation techniques. Through constant experimentation, I have developed an understanding of the possibilities offered by these mediums. This knowledge allows me to create complex collages that incorporate various printing methods, foils, and spraying techniques. The result is a visual language that transcends traditional building representations, often resembling x-rays that flash with high gloss or shimmer with a multitude of colors.
Through my artwork, I aim to challenge viewers' perceptions of architectural spaces. I invite them to explore the intricate details and dynamics inherent in buildings, encouraging a fresh perspective on the relationship between the built environment and its surrounding context. By pushing the boundaries of representation and experimenting with different techniques, I strive to create visually captivating artworks that engage viewers and spark their imagination.
Ultimately, my goal as an artist is to inspire contemplation and dialogue about the ever-evolving nature of our built environment. I invite viewers to join me on a journey of discovery as we delve into the complexities of architectural forms and spaces, unlocking new perspectives and connections along the way.
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In December 2014, the Tokyo City Opera Art Gallery hosted a remarkable exhibition showcasing the highlights of Zaha Hadid's visionary work. It was an absolute delight for me to witness some of my creations for Zaha from the early 90s proudly displayed within this esteemed showcase.
Despite my immense gratitude for the opportunity to contribute to this extraordinary exhibition and dozens of others, regrettably, I couldn't find my name in the credits once again! I still appreciate the platform it provided to share my artistic journey with a wider audience. However, it is disheartening to not be credited for my work as an artist. Nevertheless, this experience served as a powerful reminder of the art's ability to captivate, provoke, and deeply connect with viewers, further fueling my passion for creating meaningful artistic expressions.