I spend days staring at a blank wall in my studio. Time flying by with the tick of every minute. Then, something rustles, and I start creating – lines, colors, textures, shapes. My subconscious decisions are driving my process, and all I do is listen. The more involved I become in the making, the more I start to build a relationship with the piece. My studio becomes a space for me to isolate my mind from the conscious in an attempt to investigate the underlying flow of thoughts that inspire my mark making - the revealing of a language.
Maintaining a balance between different aspects of my life has been the greatest challenge since leaving school, not too long back. My love for art making is in a constant battle with my interest in museum education and research, both of which require ample amount of time and focus. At the moment, I am caught between the two fields and am desperately fighting to keep them both alive; a practice I hope to improve. Soon.
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