“My strength is finding inspiration in the simplest things.”
Where are you from?
Romania, based in Berlin
Your style in 3 words?
playful, spontaneous, intuitive
Your weakness? Your strength?
Perhaps my weakness is overthinking, and my strength is finding inspiration in the simplest things.
What makes you different?
Is the simple fact that I am and have my own experiences, influences, and interpretations.
When did you decide to become an artist?
For me, it’s something that evolves naturally over time as I engage with the world of creativity and self-expression. It’s a journey of discovery and devotion, not a sudden declaration.
Do you choose your art form, or does the form choose you?
I think it’s a bit of both. I’m naturally drawn to drawing because of its playful nature, but over time I’ve come to realize that it’s also the ideal medium for me to communicate.
What do you find most fascinating about the creative process?
I’m fascinated by how the act of simplifying complex ideas into a single image, can evoke strong emotions and reflections in people.
A few words about your favorite creation?
A recent one, “Make a Wish,” depicts falling stars crashing to the ground. It’s a reminder that in the midst of chaos, we find beauty, and in making wishes, we find hope.
What surprised you most about your first art shows?
It reinforced the idea that art is truly a dialogue between the creator and the audience.
Someone else’s work that inspired or inspires you…
I like Liana Flinck’s playful comics, which show the transformative potential of humor and creativity in art.
Who would you like to work with someday and why?
I would love to work with Erwin Wurm, we could create thought-provoking and humorous works that challenge conventional perspectives and inspire fresh thinking.
A new project coming up or an idea you want to work on?
I’m currently working on a zine featuring a series of eclectic drawings inspired by items found on the street labeled ‘zu verschenken’.
Finish the sentence „More important than my career is…“
Wellbeing, my connection with people, sparking conversations, and encouraging a fresh perspective on the world.
2023: Where are we going?
forward, adapting to the change with the wisdom of the past and the resilience of the present.
Do you think about time as an artist?
I prefer to let it do its thing.
When the going gets tough…
I remind myself that challenges are opportunities for growth. Embracing experimentation and returning to the essence of simple yet powerful ideas keeps me motivated.
Put on your future vision glasses: What direction is our generation moving in, what will our world look like in 50 years?
I really don’t know where we’re going, if I could visualize it, it would be the present.
What would you do if you could change the World?
I would choose not to, as every challenge we face offers valuable lessons for growth and understanding.
“Powerful ideas keep me motivated.”
What does freedom mean when it comes to art?
liberation to be unapologetically yourself, break all the rules, and discover new dimensions of creativity.
If the universe is everything and it’s expanding, what is it expanding into?
If the universe is expanding into the unknown, our present actions are constantly pushing the boundaries of what’s possible.
“Playful, spontaneous, intuitive.”
Tell us about your future plans…
To have a bigger studio with an indoor garden and to work barefoot all day.
Your city’s favorite spots?
I love cycling through the streets of Mitte, having a glass of wine at My Bar ICI, and relaxing in Tiergarten.
A book that everyone should read…
The War of Art by Steven Pressfield
Last but not least: what is your favorite Song?
Teardrop by Massive Attack
One last statement please: „Wood or stone, gold or art?“
wood that became stone and art that is gold