There are human-to-human relations:
to enemies and friends, of mother or father to a child, between lovers; of a person to God;
relation of a person to the environment; of a person to space and time; to situations and circumstances, to hopelessness;
to yourself and to eternity.
These relations take on a certain shape, line, direction, proportions and colour – they have their own architecture.
Forms that complement each other. Rhythms that resonate. Lines that are repeated, creating an accordant ornament.
The ratio of masses, proportions, the significance of distance and space between volumes.
The dominance of one and write-off of another. Connection and separation.
Choice of plasticity.
And finally, the colour that is chosen not to erase, but to show the nature of this architecture of relations.
To manifest this very complicated world.