These works combine various techniques working directly with 'the canvas' (ie. paper) itself as well as with the different paint mediums being applied onto the surface. While the proper term may be 'paintings', in some cases no 'painting' has been done at all; in stead waste paper, napkins, discarded fragments from brochures, other artists' production, etc. has been recycled and re-activated. In other cases, fully completed paintings have been sliced up and intervowen, and/or otherwise subjected to physical experiments. As working with the paper itself is an important part of the process I have chosen to use the term 'paperwork'.