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Artist Statement


      My work is a constant search for the best way to interpret my ideas and concerns about humanity and the world around us. I often take a critical view of our preconceived notions of social norms and environmental issues and feel a profound fascination with human behaviour and psychology. A primary interest of mine is to examine the psychological and social aspects of human identity by exploring the effects of mental health conditions, synesthesia, and the impact of human activity on the environment.

      With my practice, I question and challenge how we perceive and sense our surroundings while allowing the viewer to experience an act of discovery. Through this questioning and uncovering, I bring to the forefront a critical conversation regarding the illusion of senses, what we perceive, how we feel, and what those insights and resulting judgments mean and impact the present day.

      Through a variety of methods and mediums, including digital media, installations, and drawing, I create intricate uncanny imagery and 3D forms that transcend beyond the boundaries of reality. These compelling forms touch on the surreal and the juxtaposed to challenge viewers' beliefs and stereotypes concerning social and environmental conventions, inspiring them to explore their subconscious thoughts. By questioning and challenging stereotypes prevalent in society, my work provides a dissenting voice to this structure, and aims to reveal its potentially harmful implications and consequences.

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