My art practice is focused on the dichotomy of reality – the relationship between the material world and images, memories, ideas, and dreams. I am particularly interested in one's physical creations and their impermanent meaning and sense, which consequently lead them to become "something else" and "something different". I perceive objects and artefacts as one's materialised projections, which stems from my belief in the close relationship between physical and imaginary dimensions. I place significant importance on artefacts that are unrecognisable, unidentified – suspended in the liminal space – "travellers", undefined and ambivalent. They are often deprived of their existing attributes, properties, history, and status before they have managed to acquire new ones. At times, however, they resemble something that is already familiar.
As an artist, I work within the spheres of painting, object, and installation art. I transcend boundaries between the mediums and create artwork of a hybrid nature that is a combination of images and objects. Some of my artwork can appear as if it is going through the process of transformation, merging of the elements and freezing in the deformed shapes. Other artwork, in turn, can appear to be going through the stages of separation of elements, compression, and decompression, portraying a continuation of the processes that it is exposed to. My artwork happens to be deprived of elements that present or build a narrative. Sometimes it takes the form of a completely raw canvas or one with a stripped paint layer. At other times, the canva surface is old-looking with either removed layers of paint or blank, as if still expecting to be filled with paint. Some of the artwork consists of images and spatial objects annexing industrial elements. This merger allows me to produce artwork that can be associated with something familiar but still impossible to define unambiguously.