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The early works are characterized simply by a display of the alchemical palette, poured into a tight predetermined geometric shape. Gradually, substances are mixed and form is released. The work is experimental in the sense that there is no longer a preconceived plan and the outcome of the interaction of the materials is unknown.
Recent works created as an intellectual response to this first procedure are characterized by using harmless, non-toxic materials such as primer, latex based paints and salt.
The imagery is reminiscent of the accidental casual aesthetic that can be found on a construction site.
This is the alchemical idea of the quest for the Philosopher's Stone: "anywhere to be found, inexpensive to manufacture, considered the lowest and commonest of all earthly things, yet recognized by no one".