For me all I do, all the process of art is a fight - its an effort of concure the input data of the human existence. The main problem of life in my eyes is time, time as a god of destroy, something I hate. And the aim of all visual arts is to challenge time - they mark the moment, which will never exist again, and fix it for longer. Painting is the most effective time conqueror since it stops not just a visible reality, but the mood, the gesture, the accident - whole moment of making - and freeze it. None can win a war with time - but art is an effort of humanity at least to rebel against its oppressive power, and that's where I find the sense. I try to concure the input basics in every moment of painting- the surface with av attention-getting background is in a fight with figure on it, the figure is defeated by abstraction and chaos and vice versa, the painting overwhelming photography - these are my current interests. Also I'm interested in unconscious, crazyness which get out of a clean reality we invent. Many of my non-painting arts explore the feeling of something getting out of something, chaos from structure, falling, breaking the surface.. Thats how I feel whats going on around, how things are organised - the story, which cannot be told in the words, which need a visual language to send the feeling and actually talk to the viewer.