Experiencing landscapes and photography: The issue of representation through paining, 2015. A two-direction workshop for Dynamo Camp The artist has been working for a long period of time, and has been playing with combining objective elements such as geographic maps, with the unpredictable presence of paining. He created his typical works in monochrome with the children at Dynamo: the topographic maps of the Dynamo territory where covered in unitary colours, thus covering the originally drawn paths, giving it a thick and patchy texture. Furthermore, throughout his work named “Untitled | Postcards”, he asked every child to take a picture of something significant to them at Dynamo. Subsequently, a part of the picture was covered in oil paint. In this way, each of the children’s favourite picture carried with it memories, events and moments that will continue to live behind it’s monochrome walls.