Structure and form dissolving in colour and dimension
Architecture and Design:
first remarkable impression: Staatsgalerie Stuttgart by James Stirling, then Bauhaus and Mies van der Rohe, Le Corbusier, Eileen Gray, then following the traces of high-rise architectural history in Chicago
M. C. Escher, Klee, Miró, Matisse
having enjoyed professional training as a dancer and an actor, movement through space as such is a unique experience even though mostly reduced to first and third dimension.
the space, the sphere of the stage, stage settings, scenery and light
its colours, its lines and spatial perspectives, ever changing and expanding horizon, its structure (molecular structure, regularity, laws of natural science), its dimensions - from the nucleus to the universe; its sounds, its movements (recognizable through water, wind, fire, light - unrecognizable because of lack of time)
challenging canvas, paper, paint, Chinese ink and utensils such as paintbrush, cloth and pencils to every possible extend
Composing the perfect chaos - leading to balance and harmony
Creating diffusion - even distribution of the objects and particles involved
Following the law of nature behind the chaos, when interpreting chaos as apparently random distribution. The aim is to achieve the maximum entropy (proportional and probable distribution) according to the natural process of accomplishing the condition of largest disorder.
Finding depths, dimensions and sometimes apparently impossible intertwining lines and spaces
Creating the third dimension - depth - on a two dimensional media
Creating flow and multidimensional sensations
Freedom of stroke, meaning to conduct the paintbrush and at the same time not to - leading to freedom of perception and interpretation
simple, focused, clear, precise, empathetic, deliberating, smart, open minded, curious, humorous - (and of course all the opposites, that by nature come with)