I present the world which surrounds me as a net
of permeating shapes as if it was a chessboard
of black and white squares. The white ones are
filled with fragments of a photography
of landscapes, portraits and still life.
I often make use of macrophotography
of various objects and their surface.
I establish banks of photos according to their
dominating colour. Thus I arrange a palette
of colours – ‘paints’ with which I paint afterwards.
Permeating of shapes – things with things,
persons with persons and persons with things
– is a symbol of coexistence, interdependence
and invisible communication between them.
The composition, the story-telling ornament,
its facture and the colour of a photography,
its saturation which is also created by the black
colour playing an important role and the most
of all by the light which magically enlivens
all which is between the black – all of this
accounts for the optical effect which I called: