After concealing the canvas with primer like a conventional painting prepared for a new depiction, the linen threads are painted back on.By doing so the painting is given back its origin.
The sculpture appears to be a random arrangement of found stones, however the sculpture itself is carved from a single stone. The property of stone and the representation of stone is balanced precariously, captured in a loop of real and representation, real as representation.
The Linen and the Stone series are studies into the ‘self’. Both series pose an autological question. They encompass in themselves the very quality they depict. Object and subject are one and the same.