"Mightily Marvellous is ironical poetry. The composed images make my internal world accessible to the viewer. There is a nostalgic feeling of a past unknown to me. A place where an imperfect environment, humanity, and inefficiency are acceptable traits. This world I have found in Eastern Europe, a place full of raw beauty and intriguing imperfection. People are being put in strange situations, there is a play of perspective and blowing up objects and figures to unknown sizes. In my central work, Moscow's flat buildings seem to slide down a skiing ramp. The images are composed of found footage from a collected archive of books, carefully cut out and fused into one. The propagandistic images of the Soviet Union contain the beauty of the simple life, where the functionality of objects and a common goal where important values. I have arranged a personal dysfunctional utopia from these images. The connection throughout the works is humor, coming from social subjects. 'Mightily Marvellous' is not only a bluff, it is a description of my internal world and the oeuvre up until now."