Part of the installation series 'You Alright', centred on written piece with the same title.
In ‘YA No. 2..’ the painter is compelled by an arcane force to paint a web of polyhedrons inside a cave. This drawing appears to unfold along a linear passage of time and be confined to the walls of the cave: a nod to the finality of physical and carnal confinement. The delicateness of the copper wires produce a diaphanous quality, letting a seemingly heavy material float out if its intended space.The capricious strobing light further shifts this static form to a beating fluid structure with overflowing shadows. This luminous trance impels the painter to challenge his notion of extinction and animates him to rethink of time and space as illusory boundaries, connecting him with the world beyond his physical and carnal limitations.
(Images from L to R - Installation View; Close Up; Video; Text Excerpt from 'You Alright' which corresponds to the installation)