Blind Contour

The limited mobility makes us look closer at the places and objects available in proximity to find their purpose and beauty and to question the significance of material goods in our lives. It also changes the way we navigate our environment and impacts the rules of communal living. The navigation routine reminds a computer game where reflections of outside space on the interior objects are questioning the limits between reality and illusion. Like drawing a blind contour, I am trying to slow down and take little steps concentrating on breathing and feeling of being alive.

STM, 2022

Gouache on papper, 18x24 inches

Another Day, 2022

Oil on canvas, 36x48 inches

Chained Moon, 2022

Oil on canvas, 16x20 inches

Guitars, 2022

Oil on Canvas, 24x38 inches

Le cadeau parfait, 2022

Oil on canvas 26x38 inches

Streetwear, 2022

Oil on canvas 26x38 inches

Fast Supper,2022

Gouache on paper 22x28 inches

Take Out, 2022

Oil on Canvas 30x40 inches

Rain Boots, 2022

Gouache on paper 18x24 inches

See Through, 2021

Oil on Canvas 48x36 inches

In the Shadow of a Tree, 2021

Oil on Canvas, 48x36 inches

Late Night Groceries, 2021

Oil on Canvas 30x30 inches

Local Mirror Part 2, 2021

Oil on Canvas 48x40 inches

Local Mirror Part 1, 2021

Oil on Canvas 48x40 inches

Glass Border, 2021

Oil on canvas 36x36 inches

After the Curfew, 2021

Oil on canvas 30x30 inches

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