30X30 is not mainly about pure abstractness and plain colors. Something as mundane as paper and trash can create a mood. I’m serious here, it can. The shapes and focal points are played with, in a matter that allows for the viewer to continuously find new things within them. Whether it’s a piece of shredded newspaper, or the composition as a whole. These works create a near sculptural form, and are therefore quite suitable for the viewers who want to bring the roughness and chaos of the outside world into their living or working space.