My works revolve around how different places make people feel and behave. The relationship between a person and objects or one's behaviour in a certain site reveals the degree of his connection with the place. While addressing questions of historical and cultural history?, my research has involved interdisciplinary processes and theory from sociology, systems analysis, semiotics, and phycogeography. As many artists, all the projects and their theoretical researches I have done were started from diminutive experiences in my daily life and my cultural background.
While talking about cultural materials or abstract feelings, I tried to transform them into a kind of unlimited express via semiotic signs or existing objects. In the process of visualising information, a more conceptual presentation is required. The objective of my practice is to make works visually interesting to spectators. Only when people want to know more about the background, they understand more about my work. Otherwise, the work itself remains a visual impact. With my concentration on minimalism, suprematism, and cubism, I am interesting in exploring the constructions of our subjective realities and its development of meaning-making via geometrically abstract forms.
The subject matter of each body of work determines the materials and the forms of the work. I regard my works as unfinished inventories of fragments: objects, writings, paintings, photographs, and other inventions. The installation ways play a significant role in my works, which intended to draw in the viewer as co-author and witness, create new and unpredictable cycles of thoughts and associations. My works exist because of the spectators.