We are fear to be judged, we are fear to not be loved or to love, we are fear of suffering and death, etc. Because of fear, we found desperation. Desperation defines who we are and what we are and may become or not to become. We are desperate to live and be loved, desperate for gratification, happiness and hatred, desperate to conquer and desperate to seek. We are obsessed with material things, money, power, greed, brands, cars, fashions, looks, and ourselves, etc.
And then the final narrative which is the sum of the first 3, a final process, the objectification of ourselves. Our culture is in a constant process of “objectifying “ – both to ourselves, our surroundings and the people around us. Objectification is the final process of fear and desperation or a subject being reduced to an object merely stripping itself its value and meaning. The obsession with fear, desperation and objectification are the foundations of my work and my work attempts to present these narrations in a deconstructive/reconstructive/constructive abstract language.