Interior of the Mind

The series explores the relationship between space, time and memory and is aimed at portraying the experience of forgetting.

All works in the series start as figurative paintings of interiors or exterior spaces. Then layer by layer, like time chipping away at the memories, the details start disappearing. There is an architectural structure - a base of geometric shapes, right angles and perspective on top of which lies a different realm of subconscious. The still life in the paintings is distorted, broken into pieces and then put back together again with a network of lines that obscure and bend perspective to unveil what's left once we forget.

The paintings leave space for viewer's imagination to join the dots evoking hazy recollection of past memories, of places left behind, visited once and forgotten, blurring the line between familiar and the unknown.