“I want people to open the doors of their unconsciousness, their childhood, and their dreams. When they stumble upon my work in public space, hopefully it peaks their curiosity and encourages them to look at their reality differently.

In a world where we are bombarded by consumer messages, if we manage to change our point of view, we can open ourselves up to new possibilities, things that we would have never seen otherwise.

It is not about imposing a point of view but rather encouraging poetic interaction. Everyone can get lost between the lines and read what he or she wants.”