i am constantly fascinated when two trees, standing on opposite lanes of a street, tangle their branches together. it takes years for each tree to grow on its own before that moment and act are present. i feel that this is the relationship i have with my practice. at some times i am one of those trees and the other tree is my stimuli. however, on other occasions and circumstances, i take the place of a viewer looking from the outside at the two trees that become my practice tangling with its surrounding.
my work has always revolved around sharing observations; whether of the self or of what is outside its margins. it is a continuous plight of asking questions out loud that might stumble with some findings. these findings end up asking even more questions leading to a ripple effect kind of work that invites the spectator to venture in this quest of unattainable concrete conclusions. the most urgent question of all for me is the why. i feel it out-stands the what, where, when, who, and the how. the “why” establishes the essence of things, their motive, and their drive. when the why is investigated every other question falls in its rightful place. then the narrative between the space, the other, and myself is made.
my life as an artist has always been like a breathing mechanism. it expands to learn and acquire various disciplines then focuses into an element where everything that has been acquired will become a source of inspiration.
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