I am interested in art as a metaphorical social examination.
We live in a visual era, but pieces of information always accompany the visual image.
The information can transform the content and the interpretation of an image. My work addresses and
explores the interconnections between image and data, and investigates how data influences one's
understanding of the visual representation and how changes in the twenty-first century like the mass media and the vast amount of information transform the way we see and interpret the visual world.
The original footage in my work is from archived material, which I have processed. When the who, where, when and why are removed from an image, new suspended images emerge. For an image to
define its living space, it must be detached from its physical space.