" In the mirror "
My work is an extension of how I see my life—and as such, all lives. It questions viewers about how they see their lives, how they are going to unfold. Such questions, that is, self-reflection, are induced through interaction with the work by making viewers encounter the instability of life through mirrors as the medium. For this, I express psychological and emotional states—the anxiety, doubt, frustration and confusion felt by human beings—with visual strategies such as distortion and reflection.
Distortion in my work is not only a representation of life’s difficulties or hardships that destabilize and frustrate human consciousness and the inner self, but it also refers to the psychological confusion and conflict that all humans face. As a result, ambiguous images depict human beings’ insecurity in their difficult existence, but they also signify that humans should not abandon their responsibilities and subjective approach toward a better future.