The arranging of things in front of your eyes may correspond to a wish to control the world. The urge to bring order into a complicated existence is imperative. Once a certain order is established, the eye can relax and you can enter into the image and enjoy the interplay of the objects. The objects relate to the environment and each other like humans do, no one is self-sufficient; they need each other to inhabit the given territory. A trained eye can follow complicated lines and forms where merging patterns are playing.

The installations are set in the monastic atmosphere of the studio in the tradition of Zurbaran and Morandi. I am fond of corners and I like the objects to pose at the point of falling, threatening the whole composition to collapse. “Strolling on the edge of a volcano, we enjoy the scents of flowers.”