The artist calls these paintings, created by a combined procedure of screen printing and painting, Screenpaintings.
Silk screening technique, as it is used here, is not treating the silkscreen as a machine in Andy Warhol’s days but as another type of artist’s brush.
Positive films are created when the artist paints on them using large Chinese brushes and ink. During the process of exposing the screens, some marks are lost due to the fragile nature of the ink on the surface of the film. The artist is intrigued by what is captured in the final screen and views this as a “spontaneous” collaboration with the silkscreen maker.