My work inhabits the space at the end of painting and the beginning of sculpture. The sculptural elements in my work are treated less as sculptural forms and more as super-impasto paintings. The same elements are treated, in turn, as painting surfaces. This interdisciplinary approach leads to a collapse of the binary of sculpture and painting, and might offer a divergent visual experience.
Conceptually, the work recalls dialogues between human sublimity and Heideggerian creatureliness. From a contextual point of view, the work enters a subversive dialogue with the modernist and post-modernist painting traditions. My paintings are often non-pictorial and un-communicative. Rather than being linguistic they are essentially musical. The whole thing is just a visual experience.