“MIK-CERA” is born from my fascination for street art and graffiti since I was in high school. A certain thrill is involved as you find a spot, start spraying all on impulse. I take much satisfaction in leaving a trace of myself somewhere. Unfortunately, this is not understood by many, often leading to repercussions for my actions.
“MIK-CERA” is a challenge to understand if ceramic objects hung around the city may trigger a more appreciative response to a street art installation, In the hope that these hand-crafted pieces are seen as an invitation to habitants to interact and involve themselves with the art, rather than seek to remove or destroy it.

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