”Light is what allows us to see. We can only see objects because light rays are constantly bouncing off of them, onto another, and another until finally; absorbed by our eyes, we see them. And It – the space it is in.
This simple principle is rarely thought about, yet is integral to every part of our lives and ultimately brought me to my inspiration: What if light was not merely the reason we could see art; but rather the art itself.
In my work I like to be as playful and free with colours and shapes as I imagine light rays are when they go bouncing around a room -washing over surfaces with colour, mixing and tumbling off textures, transforming the aura with their radiance. I like to experiment with the weight of the colours and I try to guide their interactions to create a kind of glowing harmony.
Through this body of work, which I call Unconscious Absorptions, I explore some past experiences and try to capture them as luminous abstractions. A light-stamp of memories and places that bring me joy.”