Judging from your artistic development, you are in a path of breaking down things into their rawest form. Do you ever stop to think where it would stop? Do you see your self once again maybe adding elements to your art in the future? Or maybe even painting figuratively again?
I beleive my path is going towards a continuing subtraction, my efforts now go for simplicity and neatness, at the same time entrenched with a structural complexity.
My shapes are reduced to the minimum, at the same time they carry some kind of an intense tension, an invisible movement; most of my patterns hide multiple visions and different perspectives. I think my art now speaks through geometry, and future developments I guess it will have to do with techniques. The figurative element is, and probably will always be, far from my investigation. The only time I can deal with figures is when I make collaborations with other artists.
Are the geometrical patterns created by your lines representative of things found in nature (or the urban landscape)? Or are they more abstract expressionistic… like based on emotions? Do you plan your pieces carefully, like on a mathematical (scientific) level or do you have a sort of automatist approach?
Far from being just string conjunctions, my works are not abstract representations, just because they come out from existing elements which then I turn in transcendent elements.
Their non-existence seems to describe these elements like living in the Platonic “World of Ideas”, they represent ideas of reality.