Procrastination (October 2019)
Ceramic and oxides
30 x 22 x 31 cm
Procrastination depicts this idea of time which still includes texture. The idea of a house falling into the ground with clocks engraved was a combination of the two. The texture of the pavement while using a scraping tool created a more realistic aspect which was then intensified with the oxides. The imprinted clocks on the house using wire tools made it easier to create more details. I was inspired by Dali for the idea of time and Jerzy Kalina for the sinking idea.
Shock of Reality (January 2020)
Acrylic on canvas
84 x 118 cm
Shock of Reality encourages a deep feeling of sadness with the monochrome colors. The bright contrasting orange color sets all the attention on the girl looking forward into the unknown. There is a representation of this melancholy through shades and highlights by only using black and white. The main message is the unknown future, shown in the horizon. My work was inspired by Erik Johansson, an artist who uses his imagination to create a new aspect on the future as an unknown idea.
A Series Of A Figure (February 2021)
29.7 x 42 cm
A Series Of A Figure is a series of photographs taken of a figure in an urban environment. There is a strong atmosphere of solitude reflected through this series as there is only a single figure shown with tall Parisian buildings around it. The choice of editing these photographs in black and white depicts a calmer and quieter environment which is an idea inspired by Eugene Atget especially in his photograph Marchand, Rue Lepic with one figure in the foreground.