Regardless of the medium I’m currently using, I consider myself an essayist. My intention is always to uncover the complexities of what we commonly perceive as banal, bland, and unimportant; to give a second look to something that is taken for granted or even designed to go unnoticed. The focal point of most of my works is the city’s periphery. That’s the environment I grew up in and one where I feel at home. It haunts and inspires me; I can’t help but love the wild landscape permeated by highways and box-like architecture. Periphery’s air of otherworldliness and its imprisonment make up for its apparent boredom and non-excitement. I would say that its beauty can be frustrating and even perverse – and so can be the beauty of my works.