My practice exists as a longing attempt at embodying intangible moments of clarity. It navigates the intimacy between image and space, using collaging techniques within moving image, text, photography, and installation. Often self-reflective, I construct narratives of abstracted and augmented identity through experience of touch, while navigating tension between the familiar and the foreign. The recurring aspect of tactility and interactivity across my practice aims to reconnect with proximity and attachment in increasingly modernised lifestyles, particularly in the post-pandemic context.
My research really condenses down to observing the shared vitality between the animate and the inanimate; questioning our perception of how things exist in the world.