With a practice rooted in a passion to delineate my intimate surroundings with pencil, I have come to understand drawing in all its fragility and ephemerality. I have been using these values in order to enforce the power that a drawing tool can produce. These works offer a close look at domesticity void of humans, while at the same time becoming a playground where the identities of the different strokes interplay and exchange their roles, with a deliberate lack of resolution.
If I could, I would draw every detail of the room, scrutinizing every element of its construction, as I want to capture all the aspects of that fleeting moment. But that juncture is impermanent. Thus from the first drawn line a fight starts with a fleeting moment. The more marks that appear on my sheet of paper, the more the inner logic of the paper becomes imminent. The greater the time I dedicate within the created reality of my drawing space, the more information I leave out from the observable scene. The paper starts to generate voids. As a result the drawings melt and merge in one’s psyche, not on the page. These drawings combine fundamentally formal acts of drawing with gestures that leave them crawling with emotional expression.