"When i start working, i have a general idea of what i want to create but my way of working is very spontaneaous and intuitive, it is like an Automatic drawing
An automatic drawing is produced from a subconscious, and/or external and/or spiritual source without conscious awareness of the content.After finishing my work i start analysing the symbols and content of my artwork.
Symbols allow people to go beyond what is known or seen by creating linkages between otherwise very different concepts and experiences, they carry ideas or visual images and are used to convey other ideas and beliefs."
What is an allegory?
An allegory is the description of a subject in the guise of another subject. An allegorical painting might include figures emblematic of different emotional states of mind – for example envy or love – or personifying other abstract concepts, such as sight, glory, beauty, Revolution, or France. These are called allegorical figures. The interpretation of an allegory therefore depends first on the identification of such figures, but even then the meaning can remain elusive.
Allegorical subjects were frequently painted from the Renaissance until around 1800, although they were probably most often used in medals and engraved frontispieces to books. Single allegorical figures were also painted, sometimes in series, each figure representing, for example, one of the Liberal Arts or the Virtues. (Source National Gallery)
allegory of Flourishing Nature vs Polluted and damaged Nature
"Bio-Hazard" 2015 90x120cm Flip 3D lenticular Print
The Nature of dreams (2017) 91x120cm 3D Flip Lenticular print
"Ecological consciousness" 2015 3D Flip lenticular print 120x90cm
Mother Nature/Mother Trash (2015) 91x120cm 3D Flip Lenticular print
Allegory of Human questioning
"Introspection" (2016) 120cmX90cm Animation/Flip lenticular print
"Who am I ?" (2016) 120cmX90cm 3D/Flip lenticular print
Allegory to computerized world-Transhumanism
MotherBoard (2016) 50x51cm Modular lenticular on Dibond
TransHumanized woman (2016) 120x90cm Flip 3D lenticular print