I am an interdisciplinary artist who deals with sculpture, video, photography, textile and sound installations, performance.
Research has been a core element of the practice and that result on the physical outcomes, also, exploring the potentials of the hybrid spaces by employing techniques and methods fundamentally for the outcome of the project. It’s essential to the source material, used and new them can be mixed to create new forms. Textile, fabric and other material have a significant presence into my art-making practice. I used photography as the base medium to create installations and performance.
Earlier on my research, I was interested in exploring the relationship between humans, objects, and other living things in relation to time and space. The question of time and space has galvanized me to investigate the themes of the present in relation to the future.
Source for material and deciding on the outcome of the artwork could sometimes be a touching task, but I have developed throughout the years a method of approach material in relation to the work in progress, it seems sometimes that the choice material affects and could influence gradually on the construction of the narrative, I have learned to accept that, therefore, I tend not to start any work with a fixed narrative rather with an idea that has enough room to be added on further.
I ought to accept the outcomes, even if the piece looks unfinished, that way, enough space for external contamination is left for activation.