The paintings of Alexandre Vassilev-Vasilevsa strive to be and indeed achieve their author's goal, of being quite unique. He is interested in the process of the work, believing that the viewer should be able to track the changes. Thus each painting comes with its own memory card with a video of the painting's progress! But apart from this interesting departure, the paintings themselves are an exploration of fragmentation. Some appear to derive from mosaics yet others are like screens made up of thousands of shattered pixel shards: This interrupted treatment of the visual field is combined with conceptual play using the high art of Christo, Rothko and Modigliani. Yet he cleverly juxtaposes these with simulations of everyday formica surfaces such as cafe tables, toilet walls and municipal spaces.