Educate, Screen Print and Stencil. 2015
symbolic strategies and has to probe psychological narrative elements within the medium instead". While conceiving Art could be considered an abstract activity, there is always a way of giving it a permanence that goes beyond the intrinsic ephemeral nature of the concepts you explore. So I would take this occasion to ask you if in your opinion personal experience is an absolutely indespensable part of a creative process... Do you think that a creative process could be disconnected from direct experience?
the realms of the political of course. But this is not my intention with my workâ€Ś I just want to get the discussion going! The rest is down to the audience. A recurrent aspect of your practice and whose relevance I would like to highlight in Educate, Employ, Empower, is the way you show a point of convergence in which sociopolitical analysis and emotive aesthetics cohexist into a coherent unity, and most important create a virtuous circle, such a shortcircuit in which these separate aspects feed each other. The nature of this symbiosis on both a conceptual and on a functional level reminds me of the idea behind Thomas Demand's works, when he stated that "nowadays art can no longer rely much on
One element that I aim to achieve within my work, specifically in the case of Educate, Employ, Empower was to allow the audience inside the printmaking process instead of merely viewing the finished project. I know that for
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