I produce work that tap and communicate on the sense of confusion, uncertainty, and tension; the result of my convictions dealing with various situations, memories, and experiences. I often use elements that suggest the figure as an alteration of my identity, sexuality, individuality, and the connection between my situations and consequences that I dealt with.

In my work, reshaping figure addresses the effect of overpowering cultural, religious, and political laws and beliefs on my everyday life. I conceal the presence of figure by portraying distorted images influenced by forms from ordinary objects, symbols, signs, and linguistic elements. Then, I use various materials such as clay and paint, and hide the images through layering process and experimentation to make a totally new visual outcome.