amongst those few artists who can inspire a whole thesis in his
art; his perspective being at once cosmological and
autobiographical. His work has been described as
multi-disciplinary because it employs more than just aesthetics.
In Domestic Dreams of 2003 Erek actually materialises a fantasy,
drawing from otherwise familiar everyday experiences. His work
owes its strength and appeal to the impression of its being on
the threshold, hovering between the material and the spiritual,
the physical and the metaphysical, the factual and the fantastic
reality of dreams."