"In my artistic program, I am currently exploring the concept of the absurd. For me, it is not just about processing literature-inspired themes, it is also how I try to extend the boundaries of visual formulation through working with incidental, impossible or even nonsensical scenes from the everyday life. In my works – to place them in relation to art history styles - I combine the realistic representation of Pop Art and the Baroque. My paintings can be considered figurative; the figures are realistically displayed as organic parts of the geometrical elements in the background (or sometimes in the foreground). The subject matter is varied; most of the time, I paint humans and animals, sometimes in the same picture, sometimes in standalone scenes. Right now, I find the ‘dog and dwarf’ theme the most intriguing, alongside habits relating to bodily waste."