240 x 120 x 6 cm, Acrylic, Sand, Glass Splinters, Pigments, Volcanic Ash, Spray on Canvas
The work shows a sort of a semi-deserted, rugged landscape with characteristics of the geological processes I am interested in, such as tectonic changes, shifts, cracks, fragmentation, erosion and contraction.
It is a painting as well as an object. I apply painterly techniques to create a 3-dimensional effect and, at the same time, I work sculpturally imitating natural processes, modelling, shifting, moving the surface and tilting the canvas, using natural materials, such as sand and volcanic ash, alongside with man-made materials, glass, acrylic paint, pigments and paint spray.
Temporally paintings left as a residue from the 'Entropy I'
Paint & Sand Residue on Tarpaulin, 7 x 5 m
THE IMPOSSIBLE LIGHTNESS OF BEING I
One brick on the ceiling
Four bricks on the ceiling
Seven bricks hanging
13 bricks hanging
16 bricks hanging
17 bricks between the floor and the ceiling
ON THE EDGE
180 x 90 x 6 cm, Sand, Acrylic, Spray on Canvas