Our daily life is a system of arrangements, a system which creates habits. Habits hide the initial alienation, which is so necessary for an immediate meeting of man with reality. I’m aware, that “reality” can’t be shown objectively. But if objectivity isn’t really possible, it’s better, to give a distinct perspective.
My work is an allegory to our every day life, of our memories and illusions, our life in the past and present.
That which can not be said, sometimes can be shown.
The fundamental beauties, desires, truths and lies – they are all the same. They are just transformed by the respective time. And therefore my paintings involve life itself, life through constant transformation.
It’s about the insight of reality, not only the outer semblance, but also the inner invisible reality. The deeper truth in hidden, not directly perceptible connections. To express it precisely and with substance, I use figuration, overtones to narration, certain loaded symbols or allegoric constellations. I have in fact to depict an image.