"Like stepping stones laid in moss in a Japanese garden, which slow the spectator's pace and satisfy the need for calm, drawn stories invite us to emotionally relax and be mentally active [...] We are offered an intensive world that lies open for discovery, and which allows us to rethink our own experiences. Such reconsideration can alter our stance and lead to new perspectives."
Dominique Lämmli (2004), "The carpet of Life." Spatula, edited by Gordon Shrigley, London: marmalade
This site shows selected works from the last three decades.