This is a study of what painting could mean today. Abstract forms meet deliberate digital manipulation and reproduction resulting in a fluid expression that overcomes traditional boundaries.
The conventional rectangle is questioned with a bold break, inviting the viewer to ponder upon the fluidity and transience of images in the digital era.
The utilisation of the painting as an object, the line between two and three dimensional space is blurred. The viewer is invited to lose her/himself in this selected spectrum.