My art seeks to explore the concept of intertwining social, individual, and collective identity in the context of social and cultural phenomena. I touch upon individual stories and experiences as well as biographies and stories concerning entire communities. They affect our contemporary identity and our perception of the future.
I select tools of expression to match the specificity of my works. I use broadly-understood drawing, illustration, art-installation, multimedia and social interactions to create art-puzzles that aim to reinterpret certain social mechanisms.
The symbolic use of paper – a delicate, natural, fully degradable material – gives me an opportunity to create stories depicting fleeting phenomena and the state of the human nature. Each work constitutes a specific art-puzzle based on my own experience and real-life situations, which makes me an active participant in the stories I tell.