I think that there are less borders between painting and photography than it seems. The process of taking pictures can be similar to sitting in front of a white canvas. And similar to an artist with brushes, the photographer has to have a subtle feeling for the unseen, for the "not yet found".
Serendipity is it called, the search for the not-searched, the principle without having a principle.
These pictures are inspired by the paintings of Jackson Pollock.
All are multiple-exposures in camera.
"The painting has a life of its own. I try to let it come through."