Who are you?
Engineer by accident, creative at heart. With my formal education I’ve learned to create methodically, and as a creative I’ve mastered how to accept and manipulate chaos.
Your artistic approach
I work with shapes and abstract geometries. For inspiration, I take photos of wrinkled pieces of aluminum foil and use that as a starting point. Through this process, I seek and attach meaning to seemingly random figures and then try to communicate my vision through my artworks.
A few words about your style
Half my work is a tribute to Rorschach inkblot tests while the remaining half plays with colors and figures. I try to evoke the viewer to find his/her own meaning. One could say the style is “open to interpretation”.
Do you have goals that you want to achieve?
To see my work on bigger canvases would be a main goal. I’ve worked as a mural artist several times and it was the most satisfying creative experience of my life. I wish to continue doing that, with more complex pieces that will have the passersby stand and look for more.
Artistic life philosophy
Everyone is an artist and every life is a canvas. Color and beauty surrounds us, and art should bring the kids in us back to the surface: To be brave and curious.
Closing words by Bicaniko N:17
Take a break. Breathe in. Look again. What do you really see?
Thank you very much, BICANIKO N:17.