(A landscape without a father.) By starting the work process from the body (and not the act) I try to... Read More
(A landscape without a father.) By starting the work process from the body (and
not the act) I try to transfer carnality into the painting matter. These are only
traces, vestiges – sometimes breaking off of the whole. I am looking for a kind of
bodily abstraction (very haptic / organic).
I incessantly ask the question about the boundaries of the body and our (human)
feeling of it – the body which is the only medium we have for communicating with
This piece is part of a series that I have been expanding since 2013, the initial
intention of whch was to present my relationship with my son – a kind of an
inward-directed interpretation of the fatherhood. Over time the paintings
came to be about the relationship with the body, the viscera, the fragility of our
flesh. For my own use I call these paintings an organic abstraction.