I don’t belong to anywhere I belong to everywhere.
My works manifest how painterliness stands in the position of language describing the human experience in response to the environment. My research focuses on the writing process in common with painting, as a way of affirming self-identity and experiences. I am inspired by fragments of writing, and wiring in different formats, which the syntax brings further into visualisation alongside my human experience. My works are rooted in connection with the radical beauty of nature, creating the path to connect with history and human emotions, as an immersive way to communicate more than in chronological time-space.
My works create spaces with a sense of openness through the fluidity and tenderness of paint, it records the time I spent in the relationship with paint. Blank and open spaces in my painting invite the audience to build up different interpretations whereas painting is always an honest way to see yourselves.