I wished to study and analyse nature in places that the human factor has not attempted to alter its state.
It’s really fascinating if you take a closer look at places that are literally taken back by nature. It’s almost as if nature seeks its revenge through the thorns surrounding collapsing surfaces, but on the other hand it can be viewed as a defence against the constant human factor interfering with its various aspects.
There is so much beauty and sensitivity in landscapes, which comes in complete contrast with the wild side of nature. So randomly spread and unarranged, there is nothing to put them into place or fixed positions.
On a deeper level, the wilderness and roughness pictured can represent the contrast in human emotions. The spontaneous and independent part, but it also expresses an inner rage. Just like a rose, which is extremely delicate and beautiful, while on the other hand its thorns contrasting all these, threatening and sharp, they show that if you try to cut it, it will hurt you back.
That's the way nature works... Another system?
I wonder when it will be our turn, when nature's rage will fall upon us...