FROM HANDMADE TO READYMADE / STONEWARE & MILD STEEL /

These created Museum objects reflect consequences of silencing tradition anonymously. It makes them mute Museum objects of no use and functionality rather than objects in time, with full stories, trends, richness, culture and modernity in design. It gives viewers a sneak view of the transition from a time where everything was made by hand and later replaced my machine-made objects.

I like to speak vaguely with clarity of content through my works. My style is not far from abstract expressionism where visuals speak of its time, purity, weight, and outcome of its travel from past to present. Sometimes my forms are clear and realistic and sometimes they are vaguely a form of something in complete abstraction. Particularly, works displaying at Cheeseburn gave me an interesting opportunity to feel retrospectively in traditional / heritage forms and create a transitional space holding a story and bridging the gap between times.