I live in a small Swiss Alps village with 13 inhabitants. The corona virus did not seem to have changed life in this village. In my case, still, many days I haven't met other people, there are very few outside activities and go to the grocery shopping in town once every 7–14 days.
However, there are changes for me as well. I am more connected to the world than ever. I started watching World News. As all, I realise that the world I don't know could directly related to my health and safety. Distant stories are no longer stories of others.
More, I look out the window and observe my surroundings and phenomena. My mind does not stay here, but tries to move space-time to another world. And I bring the scenery and imagination of the day into the studio. I still hold the same brush and paint in a similar everyday life, but we know how this pandemic offers us a new sense of space and vision. Thus, my new painting series during the lockdown, 2020 reflects the new landscape and experience.