Artist Statement

My work is about a transition through trauma and what is left afterwards. My work has grown and altered over the course of time; from a tangible and wearable fiber based artwork, to a new media art, existing without a physical original form. Through these changes I intend to provide not just a visual idea but also explore how my attitude has evolved from the traumatic event.

My current project Dusty Fever, a series of digital vector artwork, is a documentation of surreal matters in ordinary life. I take and distort places I have been to and fill them with new objects that may or may not belong there. As anxiety build up and adapt into our life, some old wounds heal and fade away. Eventually trauma becomes a record; just some data that floats in the air. I play with that change in perspective of a trauma. Something you look into as a third person. Not live in it anymore.