I am quite precious, 2020  Mixed media  ​

I am quite precious, 2020

Mixed media

From ArtTech series- Pictured "I am quite precious, " uses medically grade silicone rubber to create forms and to use space in contrast to paint and light. Silicone rubber is the most used material in the fabrication of neural interface electrodes due to its biocompatibility and longevity. They are mainly used to protect our body from unwanted electrical stimulations while protecting the electronics from aggressive biological fluids. This makes this material extremely valuable and demandable. The artist has used the excess material from the production series and truned it to an unknown object in this work. This anonymity is, however, not far from the actual public understanding of a neural implant. 

Take care, 2022  Transformative collage work

Take care, 2022

Transformative collage work

Not meant but happen to be intended, 2022  Acrylic on Paper  60 cm × 75 cm

Not meant but happen to be intended, 2022

Acrylic on Paper

60 cm × 75 cm

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As I first heard it, 2020

Wooden sculpture

It went all Jazz when the silence started, 2021  Acrylic on Paper  30 cm × 40 cm

It went all Jazz when the silence started, 2021

Acrylic on Paper

30 cm × 40 cm

I thought I could live forever, 2020  Oil on Paper  24 cm × 30 cm

I thought I could live forever, 2020

Oil on Paper

24 cm × 30 cm

From ArtTech series- The work is titled "I thought I could live forever", an oil painting based on actual brain-signals from a rat during the last 60-seconds of his life. This was a part of our study investigating the anti-depressive effects of deep brain stimulation (DBS).  For this work, the original data was collected using a micro-sized carbon fiber electrode in combination with a sensing technique (fast-scan cyclic voltammetry) in the animal's brain. For this painting, a 3D representation of the sensing readouts was used. The vertical access here represents the applied potential in volts which is plotted versus the time of the experiment. The color intensity indicates the amplitude of the recorded neurochemical activities in the rat's brain. In another word, every color and every shade may represent some thoughts and expressions the rat went through over his last 60 seconds. 

Unscheduled, 2022  Transformative collage work  ​

Unscheduled, 2022

Transformative collage work

Absolutely Leve, 2021, Charcoal on Paper, 30 cm × 40 cm

Absolutely Leve, 2021

Charcoal on Paper

30 cm × 40 cm

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Under my skin, 2021

Acrylic on Paper

35 cm × 48 cm

5:29 pm, 2021

Acrylic on Paper

35 cm × 48 cm

Morning
Memories, 2021  Acrylic on Paper  35 cm × 48 cm

Morning, 2020

Acrylic on Paper

35 cm × 48 cm

Memories, 2021

Acrylic on Paper

35 cm × 48 cm

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You might want to smile, 2022

Acrylic on Paper

35 cm × 48 cm

From ArtTech series- highlighting the impact of new technologies on improving the life quality of patients with mental disorders. Here, Smile, manifested by fading bright colours, symbolizes the joy of liberation

He asked for the sea, 2021  Acrylic on Canvas  80 cm × 150 cm

He asked for the sea, 2021

Acrylic on canvas

80 cm × 150 cm

Reason, 2020  Acrylic on Paper  35 cm × 48 cm

Reason, 2020

Acrylic on Paper

35 cm × 48 cm

There is Green after Orange, 2021  Acrylic on Paper  35 cm × 48 cm

There is Green after Orange, 2021

Acrylic on Paper

35 cm × 48 cm

Smells like burned wood, 2020  Fineliners and color-pencile on Paper  24 cm × 30 cm
Gent, 2019  Fineliners and color-pencile on Paper  24 cm × 30 cm

Gent, 2019

Fineliners and color-pencile on Paper

24 cm × 30 cm

Smells like burned wood, 2020

Fineliners and color-pencile on Paper

24 cm × 30 cm

Nothing, 2020  Fineliners  on Paper  24 cm × 30 cm
A cup of something, 2020  Fineliners  on Paper  24 cm × 30 cm
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A cup of something, 2020

Fineliners  on Paper

24 cm × 30 cm

Nothing, 2020

Fineliners  on Paper

24 cm × 30 cm

After the laughter, 2018  Ceramic sculpture
After the laughter, 2018  Ceramic sculpture
After the laughter, 2018  Ceramic sculpture

After the laughter, 2018

Ceramic sculpture 

AK1, 2021  Pastel on paper  64 cm × 130 cm  ​  ​
Stay still for a second, 2021  Pastel on Paper  64 cm × 44 cm

AK1, 2021

Pastel on paper

64 cm × 130 cm

Just a coincidence, 2021  Pastel on Paper  64 cm × 44 cm

Stay still for a second, 2021

Pastel on Paper

64 cm × 44 cm

Just a coincidence, 2021

Pastel on Paper

64 cm × 44 cm

The melting man, 2019  Ceramic sculpture  ​
The melting man, 2019  Ceramic sculpture  ​
The melting man, 2019  Ceramic sculpture  ​

The melting man, 2019

Ceramic sculpture

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Déjà-vu 1, 2018  Mixed media   35 cm × 45 cm
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Informative act, 2021

Digital art

Sandali, 2020  Acrylic on Paper  35 cm × 48 cm

Sandali, 2020

Acrylic on Paper

35 cm × 48 cm

Don't tape my shade, 2021  Mixed media  ​

Don't tape my shade, 2021

Mixed media

Déjà-vu 1, 2018

Mixed media 

35 cm × 45 cm

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Certified VITRA, 2020

Mixed media

Jazz Jam, 2018  Fineliners  on Paper  24 cm × 30 cm
The running lines, 2018  Fineliners  on Paper  24 cm × 30 cm
Listening to next table, 2020  Fineliners  on Paper  24 cm × 30 cm

Jazz Jam, 2018

Fineliners  on Paper

24 cm × 30 cm

The running lines, 2018

Fineliners  on Paper

24 cm × 30 cm

Listening to next table, 2020

Fineliners  on Paper

24 cm × 30 cm

Excusez-moi !, 2020  Fineliners  on Paper  24 cm × 30 cm

Excusez-moi !, 2020

Fineliners  on Paper

24 cm × 30 cm