“To represent terrible and questionable things is, in itself, the sign of an instinct of power and magnificence in the artist; he doesn’t fear them. There is no such thing as pessimistic art. Art affirms”.
Friedrich Nietzsche

These paintings are akin to theatrical chambers of wonder, designed to serve as stages for narratives and storylines, where the choice and juxtaposition of objects invite the viewers to unravel their stories. Through these intricate compositions, existential questions about the meaning of life become portals into the depth the human experience, unlocking the mysteries of our journey in which the individual converge with the collective. The format of the large paintings prompt us to reflect on the stage in which we are players, the theatrical nature of our existence, our roles, our fate, and the enigmatic essence of our freedom. This serves as reminder that art has the ability to pique our curiosity and fuel our quest for meaning within the grand theater of life.