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"I'm building my paintings upon all sorts of images I ""sample"" from the various input and thoughts I'm getting out of day-to-day life. My targets I'm finding mainly in my direct personal environment, in objects that I've developed a particularly intimate relationship with. The objects I'm gathering in my work reflect quite intensely my own perspective on life. I consider sampling based on careful observation as the most important part in my work. These collected aspects of my own everyday I reconstitute to create sceneries reflecting the reality of contemporary life, wheres the central question is always how I respond to certain things.My works emerge out of such natural daily activities as eating, sleeping, or talking. To paint is important to me, but it's nothing extraordinary. Painting is nothing more than an ingredient that adds flexibility and a sense of rhythm to my daily life, which in return is helpful for creating good painting. The physical sense of pleasure I feel when painting is in a way similar to the joy of listening to music."