The Impermanence of Self
I approach my work by trying to find a sense of belonging.
I am fascinated by the tactility of various mediums and how it effects the visual balance of a painting. Each layer has a different energy that unfolds as the work makes progress.
Just as our lives have twists and turns as we move around the globe and grow with each new experience.
Throughout my working process there is a subconscious connection to my birthplace in Suriname. Expressions and meanings that either get highlighted or lost in translations through mark making, shape, and colour.
The impermanence of the work itself, a visual multi-cultural language that’s always shifting.