I study ancient texts and folklore legends featuring magic and transformation to create contemporary visual interpretations.
Growing up in a family of farmers taught me that nature is both majestic and functional, and that beauty is intertwined with purpose but also with decay. Similarly, my multi-media artwork is dominated by diverse points of view, contradictions and dualities.
The work highlights physicality and engages with nature. It fuses traditional art methods and materials with those used in farm and domestic work. It preserves fleeting moments of serenity and transformative encounters, and presents them as expressions of action and awe.