There are invisible things in our lives but
still affect us. In particular, we often feel that the force majeure is at work
in our lives. I think that the action of these powers we found in the
subconscious mind was involved in the realization of various possibilities and
imagination that humans have. This power is considered as an absolute god to
someone and a mysterious unconscious world to someone. I try to express
metaphysical questions such as what the source of this power is, which is
invisible but actually affects us, how human thoughts and desires are realized
through human awareness and will in a visual way.
We feel greater
anxiety and restraint on the unknown. As I explored these forces through the
works, I thought that they might be the limits imposed on me, and it became a
chance to see the potential internal power beyond the external one. There is
nothing permanent, whether physical or abstract, and everything is in the
process of constantly rising and falling. Things that are considered force
majeure and never thought collapse will also change. I learned through the
process of the works that this change can begin with a shift in my perception.
Gradually my paintings are moving from the obsession with power to the exploration
of various realities and possibilities that the power can change.
After all, my work is the process of asking
questions about the many invisible factors that affect our lives, looking into
the eyes of the observer, and finding answers by myself. In the process, the
painting shows the force that affect us in different ways with intense color
and brush movements, while at the same time revealing the possibility that
these forces can change and appear.