My art practice revolves around the term ‘Topophilia’ – a strong sense of place.
My work is the product of diverse experiences that I lived through over the course of my conscious recollection. Moving from place to place and being displaced frequently created an urge in me to preserve those places. I document these spaces, not particularly how they were, but my understanding of those tangible surroundings.
My spatial experiments unapologetically challenge the natural laws of psychics and perspective choosing to reassemble and alter the interior home space, forming a surrealistic mind palace. Further, I have contained/enclosed these spaces in a traditional oval format seen in old manuscripts which were specifically used for portraits of kings and queens. Along with, I have used traditional miniature borders to enhance the significance of the spaces along with glorifying them to express my affiliation.