My practice is informed by my experiences travelling through and growing up in major cities within Europe and Southeast Asia. New cultural immersions encourage me to question my place within these vastly rich and diverse societies and landscapes, as a stateless individual. I often stray from orthodox notions of self portraiture, characterising myself and my surroundings in a more illustrative style. This element of my practice has been inspired by works from contemporary Asian painters like Aya Takano and Makiko Kudo who combine fantasy and reality to create a world at a tangent to their own. As much as my work speaks introspectively, I enjoy the duality of the work appearing as fictitious space and as an escape for myself and the viewer.
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