Inspiration for this three-piece series, titled Unsolicited advices, arose from something I learned from three different personal relationships. It always annoyed me when people tried to solve my problems, until somebody pointed out that I am often the one handing out unsolicited advice.

Collage and airbrush on paper

In this piece, the tent is a metaphor for escaping reality (represented by the terrace of a house). In the summer, somebody asked me: »Do you really wish to live in a tent, when you have such a beautiful flat?«

Nitric acid on mirror

The second piece was inspired by the following question: »What would you do if you were not afraid at that moment?«

Dried flowers in painted wooden box

After losing someone we care for, we often remember the missed opportunities to appreciate that person more.