Visual Arts Post Contemporary Practices
As a child I’d always be curiously exploring around, wandering off, making potions and mixtures. I haven’t changed much. I keep exploring by moving around, inquiring and absorbing, mixing textures to create potions of colours I use to paint with my body and express myself.
While exploring the world and its inhabitants, I realise how frustrating and irate it is, and makes me. This brings me to the creation of embodied aesthetic objects and paintings, environments, or experiences that can be shared to gain more unscientific knowledge. I aim to transform the confusions and incoherences I find all around me and others, through expressive paint strokes I create with my body movements. The tools I use are performance and my body.
Aware that we aren’t essential nor eternal, I journey from continent to islands and other parts of the world, to alternative contrasting islands within myself, collecting unscientific knowledge and experiences. Gathering and scattering it later, through performative movements, to share said experiences and knowledge.
I’m on a mission of motion to convey constructive knowledge, a different form of knowledge called empirical and embodied; from that curious child’s perspective.