My work in ceramics is inspired by my social observations and experiences.
The interactions in our personal and social experiences create distinct domains of our family, friends, school, work, travel, religion, relationships, acquaintances, etc.
Within these domains, we present multiple versions of our ‘self’ because we choose what we hide or reveal depending on the social context and with whom we interact.
The 'us' that we present is always an edited version of our real self. My art acknowledges the duplicity in us and the inevitable paradox of it.
In both my sculptural and functional works, by juxtaposing contrasting or contradicting concepts, whether in the form, function or material used, my work aims to instigate thoughtful self-inquiry.