Faced with my art, you enter my solitude, my search incarnate. My work is confrontation, not escape; introspection, not entertainment. My creative research is an active meditation, a private moment made public, an intimate space made collective. Through an image world, illusion meets reality and art may reveal truth. Here are records of my struggles to understand good and evil, ideals and facts, integrity and hypocrisy, peace and lust for power. To better understand our times, my work question both the sacred and the profane, examine dominant narratives, and give rise to repressed histories.