Metamorphosis

“What’s happened to me,’ he thought. It was no dream.”

― Franz Kafka, The Metamorphosis

The work displayed here reflects a process the artist underwent while trying to understand his relationship with his changing environment. The artist went back to basics by writing in his native language to convey what is more easily expressed in his art; that of metamorphosis – the process of doing and undoing, learning and unlearning; not fearing the need to start all over again. This work was created and developed during residency in 126 Artist-Run Gallery.

Untitled 3 
Gesso, Acrylic ink, image transfer
Wooden block 8.5 x 7.5 in, thickness 1.5 in
Untitled 4
Gesso, Acrylic ink, image transfer
Plywood 16 x 16 in