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  1. Room
  2. Corner
  3. Shell
  4. Rotating
  5. Mixture
  6. To be free
  7. Murmurs
  8. Brightness
  9. Reset
  10. Shadows
  11. Boundary
  12. Persona
  13. Entangled series
  14. Growth & Resides
  15. Floating
  16. “Ongoing” series
  17. 630 72 Greece
  18. Passing Through
    the Bubbles


  1. graphic design
  2. sketch I
  3. sketch II
  4. sketch III
  5. sketch IV
  6. illustration


  1. Polaroid
  2. 120mm
  3. 135mm 



I had been trapped in a magnetic hole. The place is dark and empty but full of endless murmurs. Any movement I made caused roars. I tried to minimize my mobility to avoid Murmurs' attention, so I gradually integrated myself into this ghostly society with Murmurs. This invisible surrounding gave me faith. It was the Murmurs who gave me hope of life and destruction.

16. “Ongoing” series 

“Ongoing” series, charcoal on handmade paper, 18” x 20” each, starting from 2023

This is a continuous project that explores emotional changes. Each stroke recalls my personal unconsciousness through different times and spaces. The numerals on the title are the zip code that indicates the place where I draw. Each drawing is an individual piece but also can be combined at will. This project hasn't ended yet. It will probably end someday when I feel that way.

Ongoing 61853, edition: 1-15, charcoal on handmade paper, 18” x 20” each, Feb-May 2023, IL, USA

Ongoing 630 72, edition: 16-20, homemade charcoal on handmade paper, 18” x 20” each, May 2023, Halkidiki, Greece

Ongoing 630 72, working on the beach ☀️ 
We always come to the beach and burn some wood at night.
I like to come later in the day and use these charcoals to draw.

Before the burn, they were dead branches, bushes, bamboo...
And supposed to be alive in the woods nearby the beach.
No matter when they died and then dried.
It’s time to grab them to the bonfire.

The olive tree branches burnt out the particular fresh smell out of the smokey fire.
Some woods retain big chunks of charcoal;
Some are burnt into ashes instantly.

But after that, they all became charcoals.

I wanted to feel about their life, so I came to the beach several times during the day.
Listening to the waves crashing on the shore while leaving some traces on my paper by working with them.

I can feel the time passing, though.
It’s endless.

Death is not the ending;
it’s a celebration of new life destined to come very soon.

Ongoing 630 72, individual pieces

Ongoing 630 72, individual pieces, temporary installation
44” x 16” x 21’

Ongoing 48301, working on the baclony, June 2023 - Present 
To be continued...