I am often asked to explain the notion of abstraction in my paintings !
I would simply like to respond that we all experience this same notion when driving down a road, watching senseless elements flying by through our tinted windows. What we experience at these moments is but a continuous mosaic effect throughout the landscapes. Nothing seems particularly important to our eyes if not illogical movement, endlessly flowing out of the horizon.
We cannot focus on a precise point. Our being constantly marvels at a futile, global vision.
The little house on the roadside, usually so familiar to us, becomes warped, giving birth to a colourful stream of lines and volumes.
Abstract at intends to be an eternal negation of detail and total devotion to the generalities of a life.