Hedron Model. 2014. oil on canvas. 50 x 40 cm The Trophy. 2013. oil on canvas. 120 x 90 cm. Monument to the Present.. 2013. oil on canvas. 160 x 120 cm. Fusion of Red and Blue. 2014. oil on canvas. 50 x 40 cm. Model 2. 210 x120 cm. 2014. oil on canvas Geometrical Fusion. 2014. oil on canvas. 160 x 120 cm. Ornamental Sculpture. 2013. oil on canvas. 120 x 90 cm. Orange Shape. oil on canvas.70 X 50 cm. 2014.
The Model. 2014. oil on canvas. 50 x 40 cm. Abstract 11-11. 2011. oil on canvas. 160 x 120 cm. Abstract 12-15. 2012. oil on canvas. 120 x 90 cm. Small Project for a Monument. 2014. oil on canvas. 160 x 120 cm.
I use painting in a "quasi" modernist style to "illustrate" this postmodern diversity of forms and shapes which populate our consumerist culture, openly articulated in architecture. The consumerist entertainment industry is so present, that the buildings and spaces that populate our cities look like stage design and amusement parks. It is also very interesting how the democratization of design of architecture, through computer aided programs, has developed a language of it's own which is materialized in this new urban environment. The results are very "idiosyncratic" even though often in a dystopian level. They perfectly illustrate how individuals and society expresses their state of desire through these shapes and forms. My paintings try to develop in the same mentality of form making and they explore this idea in the borderlines between abstraction and figuration.