The conception of Yanna Kali’s artwork is informed by the feeling of life and this sensation is captured in two ways. One concern thinking and the other experience.
The result of the art piece is in a dimension where experience and thought are intertwined with the progress of the creation.
The basic concept has to do with depressed psychological spaces of our existence, set in contemporary time. The artist uses graphite and coloured pencils to create a three-dimensional illusion, through the drawing process. The viewer becomes an active element; as a voyeur, by moving close to the painting so he can discover the different layers. Thus, clarifying the artwork with this movement so creating a complete work. Although the subject has to do with depression the result of the painting is optimistic.
At the art pieces which are made with pencils and graphite there is no use of eraser. The result of the textures is becoming from the procedure of drawing with the use of different kinds of pencils.