In his most recent work, he exemplifies these with images of architecture and painting. He uses the picture space as a stage.
He treats architecture as a discipline of painting. Often they give the impression of being places about where stories have been told. With other pictures, he creates a space that challenges the spectators viewing habits and helpsthem to reperceive. He creates spaces and events on a flat wall. The viewer of his pictures is mostly a spectator, situated both in the picture and outside the picture.
The painter reflects and comments on the passage of time in his paintings. His pictures deliberately move in socio-political and artistic“grey zones”. He paints without “illusions” or “visions”, his pictures are rather investigating and exploring the boundaries of the (im-)possible. Storytelling or narrative Realism is also an object in his pictures of today’s urbanism.