Philosophy – conceptualized as the creation of concepts (Deleuze and Guattari, 1991) – is my main vocation. Yet, traditional art practices can concretize philosophy, because art directly engages with materiality. Therefore, art-making is a form of pro-active world-making, as it allows artists to creatively endow the fabric-of-existence with new objects, which in turn can affect us.
Images can express what words fail to convey.
This practice uses visual depictions and various forms of representations in the service of philosophy. It symbolizes. It creates emotions and affects, opening up a space to ‘think-anew’ what we believe.