Artist Statement Submitted 2020
For the past several years through my multimedia practice, I have covered a great amount of experiential, geographical, temporal, disciplinary, and conceptual ground. These experiences have formed my philosophy in my studio practice and focused on various issues about the human condition. My multimedia installations are deeply rooted in my cultural background and my ever-evolving identity as an immigrant, and challenge viewers to examine their own perspectives and beliefs. My goal is to create work which speaks to universal human issues. Today’s issues of immigration, borders, and cross-cultural communication are interwoven with notions of identity, belonging, and inhabitation. I intend for my work to raise questions and promote engagement. I want my art to be an intermediary language shared between individuals, nations, and cultures that speaks humanity.
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