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My work considers the space where transience and permanence coexist. In my on-going drawings and prints, I have used images of man-made environments and cut flower arrangements as metaphors to evoke a sense of time that is both fleeting and eternal. I am interested in beauty, irony, impermanence, and the common and extraordinary way we structure our surroundings.
The images of the structures in my drawings are inspired from my everyday environment. They are either in the process of being torn down, built up, or simply in some kind of a state of change. It may be due to time, neglect, development, or forces of nature.