The paintings emerge from the domestic space. The paintings depiceds the mundane, incudental objects accumulating around us, in which we recognize ourselves' objects which we nevertheless tend to disregard. Their presence is axamines as a matter and concept, as form and illusion, as sequence and fragment.
The paintings are based on a gathering of object images that disrupt order and create a multiplicity of perspectives.
The painting depices the scene one moment after the event, an event whose nature is unclear.
In these paintings, the intimacy of the home's content, the space and objects , are extracted, cast out, becoming a landscape of ruins in which the most personal is signified as part of the eventsof history, major and minor alike.