Making and viewing an artwork can often be a therapeutic process that allows me to explore what lie beneath the appearance of people, objects, and cities. For me, my artistic production is an investigative process to ultimately express what is hidden underneath the surface of various different subject matters I encounter.
In my recent project called Psychotherapy, I explore people’s unexpressed emotions visually. I depict human figures applying different colors: primarily yellow, red, green and blue. Applying these colors are very important for the work because I believe colors can influence people’s mood and cause physiological reactions.