This problematic issue constitutes the foundation of my work, that contrasts humans and technology with nature. My thesis is: nature does not need us, nature needs only nature.
He avoids implying explicit statements. He wants the observer to think critically and draw his or her own conclusions.
As the meaning of small cosmic entities changes by close observation, one finds details in his pieces that seem to be taken out of nature and that become ambivalent the closer one looks at them.
His work is focused on the vision of harmony between nature and humans – human beings that are leaded back to their origin, humans who are (like animals in a consumer society) deprived of their identity and by abstraction reduced to natural forms.
Visions of the future, science-fiction, Cyberpunk – cries for help in favour of an undemanding nature.
Stylistically he uses contemporary abstraction, absolute surrealism, and catchy arrangement of colours and shapes.