As an artist, I explore the intricate connections between the visible, hidden, conscious, and subconscious using installations, photography, video, mapping, and performance. I aim to bridge the gap between existence and experience.
I investigate time and repetitive actions through mechanisms using electronic sensors like sound, distance, light, and motion sensors operated with Arduino. I delve into questions of identity and existence by highlighting the viewer's presence and the divergence between perception and physical space.
My artistic practice combines visuals, interactivity, and conceptual exploration. I provoke contemplation and reflection on perception and existence by exploring the interplay of the seen and unseen, conscious and subconscious, and manipulating time while engaging the viewer.