“In my recent work, I employ coded visual languages, symbolic iconography, and distorted photographic imagery to examine, problematize, and humorize the subjective nature of personal narrative and history. For me, memory is used not only to archive treasured or troubled experiences but also to claim authority over working structures of identity and self.
I am also interested in the conceptual space between the two-dimensional and three-dimensional because for me this combination functions as the interplay between fiction and nonfiction. My work confronts and complicates viewers’ expectations, encouraging a non-passive and mobile viewing experience. The aim is a constant questioning of material, space, and image, highlighting the shifting balance between what is real and what is imagined.”
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