I was always interested in experimentation with different forms of artistic expression and in 2015 I decided to start creating three-dimensional work that would be a combination of painting and installation art.
I started collecting unusual vintage objects, like old road signs, metal steamer trunks or old wooden boxes. Sometimes I use the whole object or cut a part out of it, refurbish it and paint and/or print on it. Breaking away from the confinement of two-dimensional expression has allowed me to challenge our established perception of time and space, to thoroughly explore the complexity of our existence and to interact with the public on a completely different level.
I like incorporating textual messages into my artwork. By using mediums like translucent gel, I render the text almost indistinguishable from the surface and making them subliminal – almost beyond level of our conscious perception, in attempt to achieve diverse layers of understanding and perception.