Artist Statement: Sensibility and suspicion have made me realize that I have an inaccurate perception of what communication, culture and art are in Western society. I extracted this inaccuracy concept from images, news, conversation and facts from everyday life. I’m using and combining it in my practice as an artist through a humorous and alternative way. Therefore, in my work ideas of hiding and shelter, copy and specification, hoarding and consuming are referred to, but with them, comes falsehoods, illusions, and traps.
I don't want to say I'm a painter. For me, the exhibition space is a big box in which I place different elements using canvas, plaster, plastic, and foam. The audience becomes another autonomous element.
I don’t want to say ‘this is a painting,’ but when people come to my show, they might be looking at a painting. But they might also be a part of a painting.
I create a space in which you either don’t know or you might misunderstand something. I need those inaccuracies to be a part of the work.
I am fascinated with the use of mis-materials aim to confuse the audience which, with the intrinsic perception of the external object, such as foam barricade, plaster canvas, a plastic screw, etc. Besides, the combinations of multiple elements showed visual metaphors based on painterly ways which follow different spaces. I like to challenge the possibilities of media and artistic boundaries, blurring the differences in painting, video, sculpture, and space.