The point at which psychology and geography collide

Series of Collages on paper, made only with the use of masking tape, ink, watercolor, and acrylic-paint. The tape comes in specific sizes 55 mm, the widest  approx 6,4cm. Tape is typically used by workers to mask off the areas that should not be painted. Together they form complex architectural, almost three-dimensional compositions that move crosswise on the image surface.

The point at which psychology and geography collide are titles on this series of collages, refering to a means of exploring the behavioural impact of urban space. Psycho geography traveler, the study of the specific effects of the geo graphical environment, consciously organized or not.

My mind travels through urban landscape trying to catch and extract a notion, a instinct, the feeling of the city shape. While wandering through urban space a map unfolds, the rhymes, the unseen patterns, the visual aesthetic, the changes of mood on the street.