They Insist > Part 2

No Longer Entirely, 2019
Oil, acrylic and plaster filler on canvas + iron, polyurethane foam, polyester resin and acrylic
100 x 80 cm + 120 x 26 cm
De chile, de mole y de guacamole, 2019
Oil and acrylic on canvas
144 x 85 cm
Jugar en serio, 2019
Oil, acrylic and plaster filler on canvas
77 x 30 cm
Some Things do Change However, 2019
Oil, acrylic and plaster filler on canvas + modeling clay and acrylic
32 x 27 cm + 12 x 9.5 cm
Popsicle Chat, 2019
Oil, acrylic and plaster filler on canvas + modeling clay and acrylic
68 x 54 cm + 67 x 8 cm
Un pedacito de aquello, 2019
Oil, acrylic and plaster filler on canvas + modeling clay and acrylic
32 x 27 cm + 5 x 11 cm
It Clings, 2019
Oil, acrylic, alcohol based paint and plaster filler on canvas
Oil, acrylic, alcohol based paint and plaster filler on canvas
Hanging my Shit Out to Dry: A Start, 2019
Oil, acrylic and plaster filler on canvas + modeling clay and acrylic
146 x 81 cm + 11 x 11 cm + 3 x 38 cm

A growing preoccupation with notions of space has become central in the work. I am interested in pushing—and expanding—the idea of how painting exists—and unfolds—both in and outside the pictorial frame and how this can manifest itself conceptually and formally.
As I continue to play with the space of painting, three-dimensional pieces that stem from elements in the pictorial field have now become part of my oeuvre. Painting’s persistent insistence to push even beyond itself.