Politically my work is concerned with the hybridisation of the modern Middle Eastern identity and the implication of the geopolitical claustrophobia upon cultural naturalisation.


Aesthetically and with metaphorical parallelism, my work dares only narrate a curated obvious that would later help as vehicle to the understanding of what lays beyond the structural imagery and narrative third dimensionality, borrowing from the poetic base of the pre-textual it emphasises beauty in the mundane understanding of patterns and systematic truths, which could provoke a somewhat meditative coma, maybe in realisation of the tragic/romantic state of everyday chores and objects.