The series is called "A Piece of the Pie" and consists of more than 50 works.
Through their cartographic and biomorphic references, the works point to the discrepancy between the natural and the constructed space. The name of the series originates in the dialectic of the conquest of territory, especially the remains of the colonialist fight for influence where everyone tried to get a piece of the pie. The pieces are always fragments of an unknown lost whole. The works are mounted on the wall (similar to trophy heads of animals) and their relation to the space around them is intricate. At times, the edges of the works follow natural formations similar to physical geography and at others, they halt abruptly like randomly assorted international borders.
The individual pieces of the series are connected by their experimental quality and their material nature to form a complete unit. However, they also operate as a stand-alone system. The materials and textures highlight the interaction between different systems, analogous to our world and its diverse ecosystems.