My work is a research based practice. I compose elements representing a subject to create an amorphous narrative, which complements the amorphous identities of my subjects in their everyday contexts. Each work represents events, happenings, or experiences remembered both by me and by the subject.
Such events evoke images that appear to be random, and yet they are composed in a way that complements their randomness. The story and the narrative are weaved together in a spinning form resembling a life cycle.
The challenge here is to create as much information with the least possible number of images. This act is therefore an act of erasure as well, where the erased is always remembered.