The muse has many forms - sometimes representational, sometimes abstract - but the source is the same.
Soren's interests lie in taking what lies on the edge of human perception and giving it a visual language. His language is informed and inspired by events currently being explored in the theoretical sciences. It is how Soren interprets these events which makes his abstract work truly original. Currently, the most creative people are scientists. Theoretical scientists are asking questions that hover on the boundaries of human perception. Scientists on the cutting edge of cosmology and particle physics are truly walking untrodden ground. To speak of Soren’s work, he must pay homage to the people and events that inspire him. Soren’s influences range from Peter Higgs to Al Held, from Lisa Randall to Jan Vermeer as well as Roger Penrose and Naum Gabo.