Almost Human

With animals, my heart melts. The make the most of what they have. They are totally essence, in the present. No holding back.

I use the imagery of animals to connect to what I feel on a certain moment or time or a state of mind I am in. The images often emerges by itself, without thinking too much.

    

Almost Human

With animals, my heart melts. The make the most of what they have. They are totally essence, in the present. No holding back.

I use the imagery of animals to connect to what I feel on a certain moment or time or a state of mind I am in. The images often emerges by itself, without thinking too much.


Landscapes of the Mind

In ‘landscapes of the mind’ I like to capture what’s in the air during a certain moment.
A feeling or a reflection towards a collective or a personal situation, current affairs or what’s being talked about in the ‘neighbourhood’.
I use free associations, personal and collective symbols and I re-imagine and transform reality.


You Are Animal

We are still very much raw animals.

Our body language and physical expressions are the most truthful means of communication. Between rawness and a bit of humour I like exploring movement, social interactions, and the body.

 

    

Almost Human

With animals, my heart melts. The make the most of what they have. They are totally essence, in the present. No holding back.

I use the imagery of animals to connect to what I feel on a certain moment or time or a state of mind I am in. The images often emerges by itself, without thinking too much.


Landscapes of the Mind

In ‘landscapes of the mind’ I like to capture what’s in the air during a certain moment.
A feeling or a reflection towards a collective or a personal situation, current affairs or what’s being talked about in the ‘neighbourhood’.
I use free associations, personal and collective symbols and I re-imagine and transform reality.


You Are Animal

We are still very much raw animals.

Our body language and physical expressions are the most truthful means of communication. Between rawness and a bit of humour I like exploring movement, social interactions, and the body.