For me, the most inspiring aspect of the Bauhaus school and it’s intellectual heritage is the capability to influence artistic movements and artists that were not directly linked to the Bauhaus such as representatives of suprematism, including Wassily Kandinsky, who was concerned with meaningful questions such as whether it is possible to create a visual grammar.

In my work I am also looking for an answer to this question, and with my color and form reductions, I strive to create my own language of forms: a coherent, individual world elements of which are built on each other.
I bring to life a new structural configuration by abstracting existing forms, with the using of wood, sand, polysterol and other everyday elements.