The same source, 2019, oil on canvas, 36,5 x 23 cm. The same source, 2019, oil on canvas, 36,5 x 23 cm.(detail)
Roses, rope and stairs early in the morning, 2019, oil on canvas, 27 x 46 cm. Roses, rope and stairs early in the morning (detail)
In clockwise, 2018, 3D collage, technique: mdf, paper print, clock mechanism, flower, apple, scissors. dimensions: 30x14x17cm.
A pertinent touch, 2017 (35mm B&W Negative Film) after Lady with an Ermine - by Leonardo Da Vincihttps://www.leonardodavinci.net/lady-with-an-ermine.jsp
Patterns of Discretion, 2017, oil and graphite on canvas, 46 x 57 cm.
Video "Patterns of Discretion", 2017, 10 mins. 00 secs.
BETWEEN THE GIVEN AND THE DESIRE (INTERFACE) is a combination of two famous optical illusions;
"The Impossible Elephant" drawn by cognitive scientist Roger N. Shepard.
"The impossible cube or irrational cube" invented by MC Escher
I used this mirror with two sides like a optical toy known as "Thaumatrope".
Mind Set Art Center
The Road Not Taken Ch.2: Victor Balanon, Marina Cruz, Patricia Perez Eustaquio, Oana Farcas, Ana Maria Micu, Shinji Ohmaki, Catalin Petrisor, Hanna Pettyjohn, Wu Yiming, Yee I-Lann, Yu Ji
2016 Apr. 23 - May 21
A black and white photo, approximately 50x70cm. with the cabdlestick that shows up in the static nature drawing Vanitas too, but this time in the candle's spot, sustains the sunroot's root, and the extremities of its ramnification are lit.
EMOTIONS CHESS, 6'09" video about the game that people usually play during childhood, when they are secretly in love with each other is presented in this video. It's called EMOTIONS CHESS because I see it as a chess game played on your own and just like a chess game, what's crucial is the first move, but here, it needs to be completely irrational.
The pictures and the video is about Jerusalem artichoke plant (Helianthus tuberosus). the narrator is virtual voice on Google Translate, "reading" an article (about this plant) from wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jer
VERTICAL WHITE HOLDER, 2008-2015, oil on canvas, 80 x 120cm.
The story of an (undead) object, 8':59" Video