Art has always been a great passion of mine, A place where I could escape reality or implement as a visual language, a gateway providing freedom for me to explore questions, ideas, and anxieties.
Through a narrative-based approach and the usage of mixed media, I create installations. These narratives have various themes such as political, class, religion and gender-based issues. When producing my work I like to experiment with interpretation.
I find interpretation important because it creates various different views of my work, these different interpretations are often made to conflict with other interpretations, which I feel creates an interesting dynamic as it presents my work as more of a discussion than a statement.
To create these multiple interpretations I edit and add other references, symbolism, and themes. Which while not conflicting with the base narrative of my work does allow the viewer to create multiple interpretations of the work in relation to their own life experiences and biases.
The use of different mediums, I feel also, enhances the different flows of ideas, thoughts, and interpretations that run through my work. The viewer is not presented with one form of visual language but many. I also tend to produce large walk-through environments which I feel encompasses the viewer and fully submerses them into the piece.