150x90cm / 59x35.4 in, oil on canvas, 2018, private collection
In the thick jungle, we can barely distinguish any familiar shapes. It is all chaos, unidentified and hard to measure. There, our feelings are tested and put to real toil. Big leaves swerve upon us, plants rub against our skin as we pass through. This painting is a metaphor for the depth of our subconscious mind, toiling away beneath our conscious surface feelings.