PADANG, INA, 1982
If this world could not plan its development for three thousand years, it would be impossible for an artist to pretend to find order and some understanding in this chaos. This world proved a clear view of the disgust for the state of the world thoughtlessly, for war, for the disorder. Painting does not always have to follow the existing order. My chest says that the beauty of reflection can lead to the more profound wisdom of charm than the beauty of mere existence. Every field of work can find freedom of thinking expressed in the form of playfulness, mysticism, something that causes surprise.