My keyword is sustainability. Although the topic is overused today, I still think that such a perspective seems extremely important now because of the didactic role, awareness raising and thus increasing the chance of including the matter in public discourse. The main concept in my artistic business is called "A.T.R.O." and that is short for Aesthetically Trash Recycling Objects. Through mixed techniques, I create colorful compositions constructed from "found objects" ranging from paper pieces, textiles, plastic objects, sand, hair, metal, coffees, ropes and the like. All this becomes a synthetic part of images. As the bottom, I use old countertops, damaged canvas, cardboard, wooden boards that I find in the garbage. I use all kinds of paint found in the garbage. The main idea in A.T.R.O. series is recycling or perhaps more precisely "upcycling", where materials are not only reused, but through creative processes transformed into new forms and together with other components create new products with higher aesthetic and environmental value. Through my works, I try to explore lines of connection between the aesthetic and what was considered waste, relationships between the beautiful and what was considered worthless. Also want to create the starting point for reflection on today's overproduction problems and excessive use of materials and energy. The same principles I apply in my jewelry and sculptural projects.
In the pictures it seems to be a world of chaos, but it reflects our daily overload dose of stimulators where the content, continuity and understanding disappear into a wealth of information. The titles sometimes impose interpretations, but in most cases they take the form of the product's serial number.
I work also with the standard type of jewellery or sculptural materials, metals like silver, gold, copper, brass and valuable stones. I give my statement as en artist in the short movie "A.T.R.O.NOME"