In search of the origins of personal understanding and by engaging with the forms of the once learned and since forgotten, I encourage my mind to wander and to question everything that surrounds us. I draw inspiration from the images of my everyday life accompanied by dreams, paintings, philosophers, or by the sound of music. All this becomes unified in the form of my photographs when printed onto the material that served good function at school: yellow sheets of exercise books, textbooks, a geography atlas and various other educational material. With passing years, and with re-evaluating and revising this knowledge, I manage to layer and combine my experience with the previously learned. Through printmaking and the invention of flawed measurements, I amuse on the abstract pleasures of our rational minds.