A topological illustration, painted above the exit door of my high school studio, maps my journey over the decade since I graduated from there.
acrylic paint on a wall, 420x250 cm; 2022
Figurative and literal traces of escaping the misery of the 2020 pandemic lockdown. See more about this project.
print on acrylic painting, A1 paper
The work was exhibited during the EGU General Assembly 2022, Austria Center Vienna, 23–27 May 2022.
Navigating migration;a generative digital image based on my installation Duality.
Illustration to accompany the interactive installation "Journey to Scotland."
No expressions, no enthusiasm, no eye contact.
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acrylic on a board, 150x90 cm
Isolation can be felt in every environment. With all of its pros and cons.
1: acryl on canvas, 28x40 in, 20102: acryl on canvas, 24x34 in, 20113: oil on canvas, 20x30 in, 2013
in the middle of huge industrial facilities, seeking for the inner peace.Steam, coal, steel, concrete and him.
oil on canvas16x16 in2013
winner of the Fall 2013 2-D People's Choice Award at the SCCC.
A memory on apartment complexes from prefabricated concrete built between 1960-1980. During winters, all the gray walls blended with the dark skies of the same color.
oil on canvas, 30x24 in, 2013
Consumer or religious society. Somehow related, somehow against each other.
oil on canvas24x34 in, 2013
oil on canvas30x18 in, 2013
A label for a limited edition of Kitl medicinal wines and syrups.
aquarelle, 3x5 in, 2009
Magical moments in proximity to aviation obstruction lighting.
acryl on canvas, 200x70cm, 2010
1: ALIVE., oil on canvas, 18x18 in, 20132: HIGHWAY, oil on canvas, 30x24 in, 20123: UNTITLED, oil on canvas, 24x24 in, 20134: ENERGY, oil on paper, 17x23 in, 20135: HOT BEAT, oil on paper11x11in, 20136: WATER, acryl on paper, 18x24 in, 2009