By referencing romanticism, grand-guignolesque black humour and symbolism, SNES creates with daily, recognizable elements, an unprecedented situation in which the viewers are confronted with the conditioning of their own perception and have to reconsider their biased position.
SNES' artworks sometimes radiate a cold and latent violence. At times, disconcerting beauty emerges. The inherent visual seductiveness, along with the conciseness of the exhibitions, further complicates the reception of their manifold layers of meaning. By rejecting an objective truth and global cultural narratives, SNES seduces the viewer into a world of ongoing equilibrium and the interval that articulates the stream of daily events. Moments are depicted that only exist to punctuate the human drama in order to clarify our existence and to find poetic meaning in everyday life.
Arty Bollocks by David James Ross & Joke De Winter