Bobi K is attracted by the dialect of opposing shapes, colours and concepts. It offers scenes of body and spontaneous expression with a playful, naive and tribal touch.
We can see the lunar side of Juan Miro, the impulsive gesture of Jackson Pollok. The strength that emerges from her works reveals an admiration for the image of the famous artist Frida Kalho. The creative impulse that emerges from the conciliation of these antagonistic senses gives birth to a new language, an “abject art” weaving close to street art.
The rhythm of his brush line recalls the composition of a Jazz score, a choreography of forms, followed by a ballet of the senses with a punctual touch of colour… Bobi K reveals a song of poetic and passionate nuance.