The loop pictures revolve around corners. They have a geometric process as their common base, which leads to various types of network drawings (loops). The rectangular cycle of every loop drawing consists of just one endless line, which at every point is both beginning and ending.
The compositions emphasize various aspects of the loop: sometimes the closed system inside the image size is brought out, sometimes the idea of the infinite movement. Therefor some pictures search for the pure, self-contained form, whereas others seem to expand and occupy the space arround.
Each picture does not become reality until the process of painting. Layer by layer, the picture approaches its formal denseness and special character. Numerous older layers of paint remain at the edges of the color fields which were last painted. The overall view of these tiny steps make the picture seem out-of-focus. The successions of intermedium color nuances cause effects of light and shadow, as well as depth illusions.
The spatial appearances of forms and colours are used contrary to physical laws and visual experience. Form and ground are played off against each other, the three-dimensionality is distorted into something surreal. By the simultaneity of precision and unsharpness, the picture is both present and absent. As something between real and unreal, it speculates about immaterial and usually invisible worlds existing in parallel.