I just had an exhibition in Germany and still feel over excited about how great everything turned out. So bellow You will be able to find some information (mostly pictures) how it did go.
And here you can read a proper introduction to the series Mūtātiō
You do have a voice. Don't let them silence you...
To all my friends who came all the way from different cities and different countries. Love you all! Thank you for being here and sharing those great moments with me.
Shout out to all the fantastic human beings I met, it was so much fun to share my ideas with you, can't wait for next time!
I even felt like being at university again, just this time I was the one making all the decisions and there were no teachers you need to please. All the time I was surrounded by most encouraging people who believed in what I'm doing.
I was not sure how visitors are going to react to this exhibition, as like always, my art is SO controversial, metaphorical and philosophical... Through my art I talk about things that make society uncomfortable. Very uncomfortable. You can't find answers to the questions and after looking and investigating end up having more questions. That's what art should do - make one to think and question.
It worked very well and we ended up discussing about life, universe, inequality and our own experiences.
My art (and sadness) is everything I have, so sharing it with the rest of the world, getting so much positive feedback and being able to talk with people who can see and feel more than just a beautiful picture made me extremely happy.
I feel inspired and want to do so much more! I want to be able to leave something with a meaning, something much bigger than I am, much more important.. So people could remember my works and still talk about my ideas after I'm gone.
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