At the origin of this artwork is a work of composition and decomposition that distances one from simple representation and where the subject is but a pretext. The paintings highlight the effect of architecture, with structures questioning notions of heaviness and submission while maintaining a tension in the opposition of dark and light surfaces. Most function as either diptych or triptych works. Works are based on the distortion of everyday objects whose titles often show a sense of humour, such as Self-portrait of a armchair, Diptych of chairs and One sings, the other not.
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