Photographic Surfaces are usually kept pure and untouched. This is related to the market and the demands it places on the medium and its practitioners. I was always critically questioning this practice. In my works, I have always attempted to break and violate the unspoken norms in contemporary photographic practice. Between 1990 and 2000, I have done several works that negates and deconstructs.
The Cow | 2000 | Serigraphic Print on Canvas
Untitled | 1993 – 95 | Hand-painted Silver Bromide Prints
Fragments | 1998 | Multi-media on Silver Bromide Prints
Untitled | 1998 | Multi-media on Silver Bromide Prints
Aiming Boy | 1997 | Hand Painted Silver Gelatin Print
Untitled | 1994 | Hand Painted Silver Gelatin Print