“ Following the era of feudalism, writers and visual artists had dealt with issues related to what the conditions of people had come to as a result of wars, destruction and the spread of epidemics.
"This is the man", or Ecce Homo as originally proclaimed by Pilates when he unveiled to the masses the crucified Christ, became
a slogan for the reactions of the artists of that wretched era, including the immortal artist Albert Dürer of Germany.
I was reminded of this slogan constantly ever since the COVID19 pandemic struck humanity in early 2020, as I was convinced, like many others, that this plague obliges us all to respond creatively, and to address it creatively in form and in content.
I think that the abundance of my creative activity since the emergence of this pandemic has exceeded what I expected, as I continued to deal with previous topics in search for value and human manifestation for the benefit of humanity, believing in my heart that humanity's collective efforts shall bring light to the darkness of our current state of affairs. ”