Living in different cities, photography became for me a mode of expression. It helped me to enjoy the experience of changing environment. Something about new places nudged the visual side of me. Strange shadows, strong lines and unusual angles fuelled my inspiration. I understood that order and chaos can be supernatural.
I am much more interested in a banal scene, an unattractive environment, than in a beautiful landscape. For this porject, my process is powered by a primitive pulse of hunter/gatherer. These wall fragments are collected within walking distance of the places where I lived. They are part of my contemplative wanderings in the often mundane urban analog world, but captured from an oblique, crooked or atypical perspective, far from the consensual and repetitive formatting of images broadcast on television or Internet.