There are two elements that come recurrently in my work, one of them is the physical properties of paper
and the other is the time consuming dainty details.
Both are linked by my true concern, the figurative drawing. In white on white paper cuts, the lines come out without the use of any pencil or ink. When it comes to using black ink, twiddly lines and ornaments push the figurative beyond the boundaries of evident sight.
My artwork is an invitation to pay attention at what is not given at first sight and the choice of using black ink and white paper come to reinforce this idea, making a weight to balance our colour saturated everyday life.