Travelling to various places, near and far, seeing new lanscapes and observing people is a constant source of visual stimulus and inspiration. Even (or especially) when they become memories.

V&A Museum

Masterpieces of Chinese Painting 700 – 1900

London International Mime Festival

This year, “What’s Become of You? (questcequetudeviens?)” was the biggest highlight for me.

Tate Modern. Paul Klee – Making Visible

Paul Klee said: “Art does not reproduce the visible, rather, it makes visible”. This might be the ultimate test for any artist, in any discipline. Paul Klee was a master of making visible, as he himself could “paint almost anything, not only facts, but also processes, inner complexes, any number of modes of consciousness”(Will Grohman, "Klee at Berne", 1935).