Approaching textile with a figurative, painterly intention, I explore the intersection between sculptural practice and the painting.
Through seams and with a paintbrush, I work in layers with silk in different qualities, from light almost transparent organza to heavier types like raw silk and velvet. With textile pigments like Drimaren and remazol I paint figurative paintings in large format where three-dimensional landscapes arise.
With a semi-figurative imagery, characterized by archaic figures and symbols, I work thematically with series that form narratives. The thematics are often based on ideas about the inner, our moral gray areas, and the conflict between individual and collective progress. I use myths and philosophical concepts as a framework, and produce imagined scenarios placed I a contemporary context.