Fragments: Decomstruction

This work started from the idea of constructing a world, consisting of drawings that can be treated as independent pieces, but are also connected with each other. The theme of the work was based on the search for horror.

True horror comes from within. It is found in our nature, our mind, our mortality. These were the thoughts that directed the artists pursuit of the terrifying. Although he is not sure if he still cares about that anymore.

What  might ultimately interest him is deconstruction. In the removal of this thin and formal veil of order. Below it, wronged babies run stumbling through a dark forest, not knowing where they are going or if they will be happy there. High above them, faceless, inhuman buildings-institutions designed by babies, clearly not designed for babies. The artist finds humor in this situation, the pure side of a person, an absolute beauty.