Big Brother

In the series of paintings titled “Big Brother,” I narrate stories of young people, mainly girls, in everyday situations such as entering elevators, reading, or getting dressed. My paintings are characterized by a bird’s-eye view perspective, which creates an atmosphere of surveillance and control, similar to a video still from a security camera.

I expose my characters directly to the public, exploring the individual’s situation in our time within a technology-controlled context. My painting reflects on the perception, observation, and self-observation of the individual, and its three-dimensional materiality is the only means to probe the freedom of abstraction and elicit the narrative component. In recent years, I have made nudity the privileged vehicle of my painting.