Blokker approaches the canvas as a game. In his work, the perspective continuously shifts or stretches out, and formal qualities and the physical act of painting both collide and merge. He is not interested in illusion-making but in linking personal associations to new depictions of reality and representing the collective consciousness as something without a fixed structure, end, or beginning. He does this through juxtaposition and confrontational logic. Sober issues get examined in a playful way in order to undermine seemingly established facts.