M: Most likely it all comes together. I believe in destiny, and in order to realise certain things I put all of my experience, and not just this life's experience. I create my artworks, first of all, for myself, because I go through all this myself and creating art is kind of a support system. And also, of course, for the audience. Being an artist is a very responsible and important profession because you can really influence people, even if not directly, but subconsciously. And even if it is not going to be reflected tomorrow, but, for example hundreds of years later, I want to invest love and to share it.
When I was at the university I used to go to different exhibitions, and it seemed like there was a lot of very oppressive art. As I am a hypersensitive person, I cannot even watch movies with violence, I immediately feel physically sick. There's so much of it in the world, they remind us of it in the news every day. But I would like to remind people that there is another part of life, that just as there is darkness, there is always light. Yeah, our brain is wired in a way that it is easier to absorb negative rather than positive, perhaps because of the environment or upbringing. It's not about living in denial in rose-colored spectacles.