In this series of geometric deconstructional graphics objects are deconstructed, analyzed, reassembled and made transparent with utmost disrespect for their original order or size. Resulting digital collagea are a three-dimensional object reassembled in a two-dimensional space, without regard to what can actually be seen in the real world. So while one can’t see the back of an object when looking at the front, artist may depict the back and front at the same time in the same two-dimensional space. Artist uses geometric abstraction to mirror the complexities of the visual landscapes of contemporary society. As our capabilities of technology grows, so do our understanding of emergent, complex systems. The artist creates works that explore representations of post-eculidean geometry and a metaphysical deconstruction of the 3rd dimension. All works materialize as original digital UV prints on stretched canvas from digitally created source, variable size up to 500x500cm.