Old Man Buying Potatoes-149x100 cm- ink on paper-2009/2010
Brown Loft Mystery- Ink, pencil, pen on paper- 150x114 cm-2012
The Brown Nerve- Ink, charcoal, pen and coffee on paper-2009/2010-205x150 cm
Reload-Ink, pen on paper-150x100 cm-2009/2010
You might get Lost- 150x 100 cm -2009/2010 Archival ink, pen, collage on paper
KURT- ink, pen, glasses, glass eyes, collage on paper
Passage-Acrylic on paper
Pinkpoodle-Ink on Paper
Romantique-Archival ink, pen and collage on paper-150x200 cm-2009/2010
Headhunters1-woodcut-56x76cm-edition of 20-2012. Made of photos of Shrunken heads.
A shrunken head is a cut and specially prepared human head that was originally used for trophies and rituals.
Head Shrinking have only been recorded in the northwestern region of the Amazon rainforest.
The practice of shrinking heads originally had religious significance.
To shrink the head of an enemy was seen as capturing the enemy's spirit and force him to serve the shrimper.
Westerners who visited the Jivaroan-people started buying shrink heads to collect them. Against this background, started a sharp increase in the rate of murder in an attempt to provide collectors and tourists. Guns and pistols were common to exchange for a head. Around 1930 when heads were freely exchanged one could buy a shrunken head for about twenty-five dollars.
Ecuadorian and Peruvian authorities worked together to ban the purchase / sale of heads.