Painting is touching the world, a form of self-absorption. It is not so much about the object as it is about relationships: a chiasma, a relation
of crossing and exchange, a spatial transitivity.
Painting is about the seer and to be seen. It is about an
embodied perception, inside and outside meet, internal and external
It ist the opening and occuppying of an ubiquitous space: a view from nowhere and everywhere.
Paintings are modern, post-modern, post-post-modern, hyper-real and deeply archaic all at the same time. Paintings are masks; thresholds to
other windows of perception; transfigurational tools.
Painting is touching the world.