The artist captures familiar and intimate
landscapes ,photographed in an unfamiliar
way. It is like witnessing the moment before
something truly awful happens.
In these landscapes/architectural urban reality
settings, we perceive the transitional
stage just before the outburst, the moment
that will lead to the eruption.
The familiar yet dark and eerie buildings communicate
and interact with human forms on
the first reading of the images. In a way they
enhance the substance of the forms.
Another reoccuring motif is the uniform,
whether it offers protection and refuge, or
causes fear. In any case, it determines the
identity of the persons wearing it, while also
giving them the magical quality of a lack of
characteristics and therefore identity. The
reading of the social roles of buildings and
people, as well as their personal histories, is
intertwined and oscilates between what we
think we know and what is actually hidden
behind the helmets and shields.