My visual art aims to convey dissonance between time, body, and space, a phenomenon I’ve been analyzing over the course of my life. Driven by my own nomadic nature, my intention is to homogenize people and transform places into a somewhere else that doesn’t exist, in order to challenge the notion of belonging and identity.
I’m currently interested in examining the paradox of feeling alone in an over-connected world and how this is affecting our collective behavior. My work is a revolt against the stressful claustrophobia of a culture obsessed with instantaneity. At a time when speed and technology are taking over, I turn to analog cameras to discover metaphysical perspectives that alter the nature of reality.
What began as a simple process of observation and analysis of my own physical and psychological experiences, has quickly evolved into a practice deeply concerned with producing a body of work that is revelatory of social