Since 2012 I lead an online gallery project “Dublin, Misplaced Childhood”. It’s my own view of the spirit of the place, its turbulent history, and society, expressed in photographs, paintings, illustrations and things. All my works from years 2012 – 2015 are available to view on Dublin Art Facebook Page.read more
"As they came into Galway, Walcott spoke: 'I'm an atheist myself, always have been, but I can understand why they're Catholic here. There's something very special about this country. Everything seems constantly trembling: the grass in the fields or the water on the lake, everything signals it's presence. The light is soft, mutable. You'll see. The sky itself is alive'."
'Atomised' (1998) Michel Houellebecq