I’m a project-based artist who creates figurative works that deal with the complexities of isolation, social anxiety, estrangement and grief in my life in lyrical senses. I’ve always been fascinated by human bodies that hold and express various emotional and physical human conditions since childhood when I experienced the tragic circumstances of my family’s illnesses and deaths. Art has been my shelter where I feel safe to express my unrevealed sorrow and confusion and eventually help me to cope with my struggles. From that experiences, I want to address the loss and struggles in ways that attempt to begin the healing process, however long it may take. And, I ultimately like to create art to understand, accept, and finally remember us together in dialogue as reality and respect of what it is to be human without prejudices.