The Silence In the Scream

Graphite and color pencil on Nepali handmade paper (30"/36")

These works are like dark humor about my surroundings, society, and politics. Where ambiguity works as a metaphor for social discrimination.
Ambiguity everyone knows about the consequences, even then we have to do the same thing repeatedly because we don't have any other choices.
Where the destruction becomes a game for someone else, and where nothing is obvious.
Still, we are acting to keep ourselves well with certain materialistic needs.