Yoga is union. Sometimes defined in contemporary culture as a union between mind and body, it
is in fact the union between our selves and the hidden sources of phenomenal reality. One of the
primary features of a state of Yoga is a silent mind: meditation. My practice uses meditation as a
creative instrument to generate forms and images that reflect or transmit an inner life and evolution.
In particular, plastic elements like line, rhythm, colour and space can express a subtle
knowledge, an "inner" knowledge which is spiritual, or non-phenomenal in nature. A key function
of mental silence in the studio is to enable a state I call “vibrant flow” in which limiting
ideas and conditionings are restricted in their ability to interfere with intuition’s hints from beyond
the rational, time bound mind.