My artwork dialogues with our distorted and alienated connection with nature. I am interested in abstraction as a carrier for the imagination and remembrance. Science fiction and biological forms inspire me to create complex and textural surfaces onto flat and 3D structures. I want to pay tribute to the complexities of organic life, as well as its incessant regeneration, flow, and decadence. There is also a tangible alien component in my artwork that offers a haptic quality to the final results. My process involves juxtaposing accurate precision with various chemical reactions that are sometimes out of my control. I can’t ever prevent the ‘disaster’ I’m about to perform when I start working, I look to the canvas and then I begin to fight gently with it. I do not make any sketches or previous consideration. The process starts in a considerable solemn manner, everything must appear to be quiet and trivial, a blank surface and me, we look at each other and we both know that tranquility won’t last for long. I turn the music on loud, I need to reset my actual mood and make my thoughts go off-line. At this point I’m excited. My ‘virgin canvas’ and I are completely in-sync. If everything keeps going smoothly I will be in the studio all day and all night long. If I can’t find my inspiration I will leave the studio quickly and for the whole day. I always work on two or three pieces at time because the imagery in my mind is often bigger than the surface I’m about to operate on. I paint on a big table or directly on the floor.