My art practice is sculptural and installation based. It attends to the complicated relationship between man and culture, exploring internal and external conflicts; the human body, it’s present (life), religion (belief), mind (imagination), culminating with the liberation of the body (death). Titled The Human Existence; composed of ready-mades and mixed media assemblages including objects, sounds, videos and photography. Through the process of conceptualizing and physically fabricating artworks I create links to history and ancestry. Utilizing technology and waste materials to recreate this passage of thought into sculpture I can connect technology and nature. Spatially the installations appropriate the structure of an aesthetic poetry.