The name Centrotus Lividus comes from a sea urchin that inspired me. After collectiong hollow sea urchin skeletons I constructed a silver setting and connected it to a piece of driftwood.
I find my inspiration in the first place in nature. It has perfected its forms during milliards of years. To imitate its creations is for me natural.
In fact, I´m interested in interaction between living and non-living elements and systems.
Like a figment of my imagination. Reality as lifestyle is too confining. Reality is a collective feeling.
Doors to the other worlds, to the other perception, doors of fantasy.
An infinite metamorphosis of a butterfly And life. Unrestless energy changes its form, in one moment body to spirit, in another thought to word. Word turns to act, act turns to character.
Materials’ metamorphose changes the colour And composition. It takes a new shape and charisma.
It represents a thought of an immortal energy.