In my creative work, I examine emotional states and personal identities such as memory and sadness and translate them into tangible, visible, objects and installation in spaces. My interest in architecture and user experience is shown through the reversal of emotions and mind spaces that transforms into physical structures and installations.Assuming emotions and feelings as a space, I attempt to recreate the experience in my mind to the physical world. Each piece is intimate and raw as they dwell on feelings from the conscious and unconscious state that are otherwise inexpressible through words. Through each installation, performance or sculpture I aim to make physical another intangible mind space that is representative of a different feeling.
My process of making art is dependent on the materiality and craft as the final product. The tactility and familiarity of materials contribute to the viewer’s ability to relate back to their own experiences of feeling dejected, lost or invisible. Working with something as fluid as emotions and perception allows for constant change, alteration and various associations at different stages of ones life. At this intersection of the tangible and intangible, my art reflects not only the way our surroundings may affect us but also the effects we have on them.