I work with
moving images, prints, drawings, and video installations.
My moving images are focused on the repetitive non-historical
moments in my daily life and its surroundings, which is
easily passed by, forgotten, or hidden by other layers of
daily life. Starting from the video footage I have collected
or performed in my surroundings, the video footages are
deconstructed and reconstructed in a fresh structure, utilizing
a time-consuming process of hundreds of etchings or hand
drawings. Each image is scratched and accumulated on the
top of each other on a single fragile plexi glass, and creates
the next image while still the past image remains behind.
I play with time and space, again non-historical space and
layers of everyday life in an abstract reconstruction.