That is what this action is about.
I am interested in the boundaries between realities.
If we close our eyelids in the light, we can see various dots and objects flying on them. This phenomenon is called the entopic phenomenon. This experience is always very personal; we cannot photograph, film, scan, or otherwise save it. It is not possible to share what you see with others. It is truly an individual experience for every person.
Visual art is often contrasted with temporal art, like theatre and music. However, the time dimension is essential in the perception of visual artworks as well. I would call it the "stretched moment". There is a gap between what we see, perceive, and the story we tell – a gap between creators' and viewers' realities and timelines. The time fills this gap.
During the observation of artwork, the vision changes and, similarly to the entoptic phenomenon, experiences are very personal and distinct for everyone.
What the viewer sees in my works is a recount of my perception. I am the only one in the entire world who has accidentally seen this very moment, the reality I have depicted in the drawings. It is my narrative of what I have witnessed. I am perceiving it in my mind, I am reflecting on it, and I am interpreting it in my drawings. I don't illustrate. I draw. That is what this action is about. Purely.