'I wouldn't say I draw landscapes. My pictures do not invite the viewer to enter the space like traditional landscapes do. There is a greater, insurmountable distance in a satellite picture—rather than a window, it resembles a glass floor.'
'The aerial perspective turns ports from busy, inaccessible non-places into peaceful motherboards. We can ignore danger, noise and exploitation. When all we see are pleasing colours laid out in neat rows, we forget global marketplaces and focus on pattern instead.'
watercolour pencil on Canson mi-teintes
40 x 40 cm.