As we live in a culture saturated with photo-ops, my interest lies in the scripted stage of the need to be viewed and our conscious behavior in front of the camera lens. I use doubt as the primary material to produce various photo-op performances which enfold realisms into a critical reading of sociopolitical aspects in our media culture.
My narrative plays with the hierarchies between two platforms: the very spot of the performance versus the exhibition space, which regenerates the performance scene through sculpture, video, and photography. The documentarian strategies mirroring my projects do not aim to deliver a state of resolution. While constantly communicating with the audience from the past, present, and future, my work offers a mystified space for inquiry and shapes the possibility of change and extension beyond their rectangular frame.