The occasion of the painting event is always the conception of an idea. It is not just the amblyopia that matters. Essentially, the attempt to capture the content of the painting is the main work of the artist. Personally, I try to integrate a literary form into the visual structure of my work. I try to balance the already existing literary text with the painting event by presenting them in contrast to modern reality. I am not interested in the illustration of the literary text but in its dynamic integration into my own history. In other words, I see the text as an already recorded image which I deconstruct and through it I create my own space, my own history. Other times I combine the text with paintings of historical significance, such as the works of Carpaccio, and by deconstructing them I create my own work. In essence, I intervene in the already recorded images of the collective consciousness from the fields of cinema painting literature and through them I create my own contemporary story. The whole project may seem complicated but only in this way the performance of the painted object becomes interesting. It is now a product of thought and not a simple manual work.