My work is influenced by the flow of everyday experience in observing the environment around us and recognising patterns of embodied movements and unexceptional interactions. This approach is rooted in philosophical practices of non- representational theory; that the world cannot be theorised through examining our perceptual mind but is instead mere experimentation motivated by sentiment. Everyday routines and encounters escape logical meaning in a representational world, and through my art practice, I am trying to establish a habit of uncovering meanings and values of processual experience, and waiting for them to be rediscovered. The central focus of my work is to question our position in the interpretation of art and expand our understanding and our own perceptions of the world by rejecting traditional ideas of the human form. I am positioning technology as a centre of knowledge rather than putting technology in the position of “other”. Central artwork manifested itself through my alter ego FØx. I wanted to extend my own meaning and interpretation of the artwork by becoming immersed inside artificial intelligence technology. All body of work is my clear intention of reinterpretation and decentralisation of a human being as the measurement of all things. I am using Natural Language Processing technology as a tool to recreate the linguistic environment and make a connection with language and technology on an intuitive level of understanding the world and contemporary art.
I have a background in photography and applied arts from where I gained skills in developing my contemporary art practice.
I am currently studying an MA Contemporary Photography; Practices and Philosophies at Central St. Martins, University of Arts London.