The Big Bang  I

The Big Bang  II

Left impact

At the first moments of our universe there was no light. Space time was embryonic and man had not yet found his equalness.

In the beginning man thought universe was just there, static, unique and eternal. 

Now, the issue is in what our universe expands and it is considered a flat amidst so many others. 

Impression of the impact of Shoemaker-Levy on jupiter, 1994.

Acrylic, metal foils, textiles and beads on plywood
120x120 cm2
Acrylic and car paint on plywood
60x60 cm2
Acrylic, oil, textile and aluminum foil on plywood
60x120 cm2
Original with pine brim