STICK, 2012 </br> 50×70 cm, oil on canvas EXECUTION, 2013 </br> 32×40 cm, tempera on paper GRAVITY, 2011 </br> 49×45 cm, tempera on paper VOLTAGE, 2012 </br> 32×40 cm, tempera on paper ROOM, 2013 </br> 30×100 cm, oil on canvas UNTITLED, 2012 </br> 110×150 cm, oil on canvas UNTITLED (dust) </br> 100×150 cm, oil on canvas UNTITLED (box) </br> 100×150 cm, oil on canvas UNTITLED (ceiling), 2012 </br> 110×130 cm, oil on canvas IMPUTATION, 2011 </br> 80×140 cm, oil on canvas CABLE, 2012 </br> 100×150 cm, oil on canvas STAINS, 2012 </br> 100×150 cm, oil on canvas MAGNIFICATION, 2012 </br> 100×150 cm, oil on canvas TABLE, 2012 </br> 60×80 cm, oil on canvas LITTER, 2012 </br> 80×60 cm, oil on canvas PASCAL, 2010 </br> 27×36 cm, tempera on paper SOLILOQUIUM, 2011 </br> 50×40 cm, tempera on paper SMUDGE, 2012 </br> 90×130 cm, oil on canvas PUNCTUATION, 2013 </br> 50×35 cm, tempera on paper PAPER, 2013 </br> 60×40 cm, oil on canvas
Monochromatic Hypostases are minimalist representations of tightly cropped elements of interiors, ceilings and walls. Contrary to Hypotheses, they have a specific prototype: a photography that documents a fraction of reality. As far as the visual aspects are concerned, these fractions are in fact naturally abstract, what makes it possible to consider the paintings as a tangible sign of an idea. The effect of idealisation, of the blurring of the boundaries between the physical and mental, is emphasized by scale, composition and the preservation of the picture's visual character on the border of visibility. Although every time the motif is real, thanks to the use of reduction the effect remains relatively abstract, difficult to define and thus also hypothetical. The fact that it is impossible to clearly classify the paintings results in their suspension between reality and the mental construct and situates them in a specific area of the phenomenological epoché, making solid reality barely a subjective and uncertain conjecture.
Minimalism and reticence are used as a method of disregarding sensual experience, whereas art as a medium that helps to perceive reality in abstract terms.