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How does your background (profession as a videographer and designer) contribute to your work as an artist?


My experience with video and 3D graphics has given me a broad understanding in various  areas, ranging  from the creation of the visual elements such as composition and colour to basic knowledge in completely different fields: perfumery, surf equipment, fashion and others. As I mentioned that something specifically resonated with me, it has slowly reconnected into my style/sense of the world.


I also received a lot of insight into how to interpret my ideas more clearly. The longer I practiced, the more layers I could decompose a direction into, like materials: warmth, smoothness, transparency, reflection, etc. After 5 years of working with media, everything around me (nature, city, etc) is like in 574D, instead of 3D. The more detailed you describe each layer, the more accurate is your result. 

What is the essence of good art? 

In my view, the quality of art is directly related to how deeply the work resonates with me. I believe that the more open you are with your feelings to yourself, the more constructive your introspection and larger your visual memory, the higher the chances of creating something that is true and oure. 

I understand that there are many variations on the theme of good art. And that prompting your work can also be considered a kind of art as well. 

What does your art represent?

It's like problem solving, which is determined by my unconscious/abstract feeling. It is necessary to find a certain combination to more accurately convey this state. The elements of this combination can encompass everything: materials, form, sound, composition, smell, etc.

My biggest goal is to select elements in a way that reinforces each other and increases the immersivity of a work - a complex feeling that strongly resonates.

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What is your perspective on life?

My answer could be counted in days.

Some of the basic principles are:


Total openness to the new/ minimize amount of frames in my mind. First, I listen carefully and try to understand, then I let it pass through my prism/ego. This allows me to notice new ways of development more quickly and prevents stagnation. I view any situation, object, or person as an opportunity to interpret myself in a new way. I easily accept that I can be wrong about something and that everything can be a lesson for me, so I remain open to everything. 

Optimism. No matter how challenging a crisis may be, I always believe that it is either created to enhance my inner strength, or it indicates a need for me to change my thinking and actions. Therefore, I quickly release my emotions and I calmly accept all situations, trying to find opportunities within them.


Also honesty with myself and others, listen to my intuition first, stoicism.

What books do you read?

I have read quite a lot of books on psychology, communication and also on business in general, but I never saw myself interested in fiction. Now I rarely read anything, as I have come across the fact that a lot of books are just repeating each other, so currently it's mostly interviews and articles. 

Do you follow a particular routine to prepare yourself to work?

I always have tea or water next to me, keep my phone as far away as possible, and I turn on the stopwatch in Toggl to track the time invested in a task.


If I want to create concepts, I do a research with a playlist of songs that emotionally resonate with me, for concept implementation - a playlist of ambient music.

As well, if I am in the mood, I can add smells like incense, candles, or perfume for more concentration.


Equally important to me is maintaining a consistent routine that ensures I have the energy needed for my work. This routine includes factors such as exercise, sleep, effective communication, cultivating positive emotions, reducing negative thoughts, regular walks, and monitoring my nutrition.

Who is your favourite artist?  Why?


To me, her work is a mechanism of higher abstraction that is many times more complex than a machine/computer. She finds absolutely organic connections among complex sounds and also interprets herself through them. I often find that I can listen to her in completely different moods, and her music seems to transform to my state of mind and only enhances it. She has a lot of strength and femininity, which is one of my favorite combinations. I also love the work of Jason Gringler, Daniel Turner, John Gerrard, David Von Bahr, Alexander McQueen, Banks Violette, Raf Simons, Martin Margiela.

Richard Serra stated: "What interests me is the opportunity for all of us to become something different from what we are, by constructing spaces that contribute something to the experience of who we are".  Do you relate to this?

Yes, I do. As well I think that creation and our experiences tell us exactly who we truly are, what is inherent to us and what is another person's mask that we may have copied when we were formed as a person.

What role does art play in a person's life?

It depends on the person. As long as he is not ready or not willing to learn something, it will be simple and meaningless for him. In the opposite situation, it can become one of the most powerful tools for reflection, sublimation and feeling.

Which person inspires you the most?

I don't have a specific person in mind. It is often a combination of personal qualities and skills: constant reflection, deep sensitivity, honesty, self-expression, respect for yourself and others, ambition and inner strength. 

Can art change the world?

If we're talking about pop art and quality marketing, definitely yes. If we are talking about art that is difficult to understand, more abstract and built on feelings, then this is something that will not change people massively, but will affect more qualitative on a few people. 

Your favourite metaphor/expression?

I don't have any.

Does an accident play a role in the process of creating your work?  Or do you like to know the result clearly before you start working on the object?

At the pre-production stage I like to shape the idea as detailed as possible. However, during the creative process, I always check with my inner feeling or intuition. If something arises that I feel is relevant and will make my work stronger, I will implement it. 

The less time that goes by between your actions and results, the more opportunity you have to unconsciously rely on your intuition and find additional solutions that can be many times stronger. 

How does your personality reflect in your art?


My art is an intricate reflection of my personality. The absence of vibrant colours, with a focus on white and black hues at its core, represents my inner calmness. I tend to be more contemplative, akin to a 71-year-old monk in the Tibetan mountains (laughs).

By making some of the key aspects barely visible, I aim to convey the complexity of my thoughts and emotions.

I have a penchant for rationalizing processes, but at the same time I rely a lot on my feelings. I can also be interested in completely different things from patterns in nature, 14th century armor, to building an effective structure in business. That’s why my works are sensitive and complex at the same time.

Cold metals and clean shapes in geometry illustrate my ability to make decisions without emotion, my inner strength.

The abstraction shows how I see what is happening: in general and from multiple angles.

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