Square but not Square
In the Western world most architecture is based on squares and rectangles. In India the square is the geometric symbol for the root chakra/ the basis. Base. The research on colours through loose and spontaneous systems combine the need for freedom and structure, when it is done with loose and dynamic strokes. Then a blob suddenly can be related to a loose square and even a tuliphead tulip but can look like a rectangle. I have an ongoing relationship with the square. Times of intensive work mostly on big canvases where the physical display / the unfolding of the abstract quality of the square can mark itself in a rhythmic universe of challenging colours.