My investigative process involves both aestheticizing and politicizing my personal experiences and relationship with the surroundings, raising questions that concern cultural identity and the social and political environment I live in.

I create installations comprised of found objects, sound, written passages and photographs to explore concepts such as home, place, a sense of belonging, failure and loss. I blend fictional and historical elements, creating narratives that explore the faceted nature of these concepts, where the subjective, the personal and the universal overlap.