Vazz never fails to fill the air with rich expressions filled with positive playfulness and vibrant energy, radiating far and beyond.
The mystical voice that runs through her hypnotic compositions creates an environment that invites for quiet, yet thoughtful contemplation.
Patience and tranquility are the foundations of his sonic explorations, in which he gives the main voice to nature and its luscious diversity.
The plentiful textures and layered structures make her music sound as if it was created from a pile of memories, never ceasing to grow.
His inspiration often comes at unexpected moments or from sudden memories, provoking sonic images delicately woven together from many abundant narratives.
Her minimalist yet expressive sound atmospheres create a new world every time, where there is always something fresh to discover.
Ready for Action
Cutouts and stencils enter, mark, and leave my paintings in a very spontaneous way. They show the painting as a result of certain actions and they clearly indicate the steps that have been taken throughout the process. As a cutout repeats itself, it changes meaning. Just as a cloud can also be a pool of… Continue reading Ready for Action
I dedicate this painting to my twin sister. We go all the way back in the womb. All the magical things that have happened there I have never really forgotten. My body still remembers it, like a dream. So how do I escape the dream and enter reality? I sometimes cut into my paintings. As… Continue reading Emotional Rollercoaster
Taking it Easy
The composition of this painting makes your eyes wander around, just like how I imagine the swans to move around the body of water. The edges of my paintings are of great importance, especially to this one, where it’s the center of the painting. The line captures your eyes and holds them for a moment.… Continue reading Taking it Easy
A Sense of Melancholy
Is the paradise made by human hands a construct or is it an almost immaterial image that was not created by human hands? The archaic figures in combination with the spray paint make my work a little ghostly. Something that appears and disappears throughout history.