Dion Rosina creates work that is based on found images. The act of appropriating images arises from an impulse to respond on and use what already exists. Sampling and implementing the images in his paintings is a process in which the scope is sought of how the images can be translated. Within this work he deals with various subjects that fluctuate between spirituality, alienation, recognition and history. His work has a dream-like character which balances between the explicit and recognizable but also the abstract and the intangible.