My curiosities draw upon the boundaries and subtle nuances between what we regard as natural and artificial. Through reconfiguring and reimagining landscapes, I observe the physical environment in different vantage points, from macro to micro-level. Incorporating seemingly incompatible conditions, experiential to experimental encounters, I probe on the tactile, spatial and conceptual topologies within our natural and built environments; putting premium on those that affects how we shape our immediate spaces and how they shape us.
By creating, altering and overlaying various peculiarities, I allow my works to intervene or converse within the context of a given space. Most of my works exist in a temporal condition, producing sculptural installations and images that generate emphasis and contrasts between fragile and rigid; familiar and uncanny; concrete and liminal. My works reflect on the idea of existence and ephemerality where a simultaneous tension is created between something that exudes life and something that shows the lack or absence thereof.