In my paintings I create imaginary spaces in which neither perspective nor architectural constructs could exist in this way. I shift viewpoints, distort planes, deform bars or reduce distances. Nevertheless, my paintings are real, my rooms theoretically walkable. My handling of light is especially special: it supports flatness or depth, reflects motifs or illuminates hidden corners. Light creates in my paintings exactly what could not be so in reality.
The most striking element in my work is the lack of people in the rooms and spaces. Dimensions and proportions thus remain immeasurable. Although all that I paint could actually be a human construct, the person is missing as a protagonist. It is not the person who creates here, but the imagination. I push the viewer into a surreal world: where does materiality end, where does our imagination begin?