Metaphors, narratives, imagination and irony play a large role in my work.
They are part of my style. Because of my childhood, when I grew up lonely,
I am attracted to create spaces of loneliness. Black, in different tones,
is a metaphor of my anxiety, and I portray myself wearing a black mask
to keep my face hidden from those anxieties.
Social satire reflects my curious nature about society, politics, and
human beings. Some social issues, my thoughts, agony, anger and
all other emotions come to my work metaphorically and aesthetically.