Please tell us more about your working process, routine, your studio set up and the way you approach new artworks.
My creative process is dependent on the medium I’m working with. In painting and drawing, there is little more to it than simply applying the paint or ink. I might have a preconceived mental image of what I want the artwork to look like, but I don’t devote much time to planning and make most decisions on the spot. It usually works out the best when I let loose and see where the artwork takes me. This kind of process often makes it difficult to actually finish an artwork, and the moment I decide to do so is impossible to predict.
As to photography, the creative process is quite different. Whether I shoot outdoors or in the studio, I usually have a specific plan of what I want to accomplish. What moves my work forward, however, is the confrontation of my expectations with the execution, and ultimately it is the end result which plays the most important role.