My art comes from a mixture of digital and traditional mediums, photography being the digital component and illustrations/text being the traditional component. Not always, but mainly. I can’t be stuck doing one thing only, ok? Ok!
The presentation of my art relies heavily on the interactivity with the audience. Do you have to touch/move it? It’ll be small and compact. Do you have to draw/write on it? It’ll be big enough or reusable so everyone can try it. If it’s view only, you will have to move around it or at least move your eyes. My art changes shapes and so do the materials. In addition, my works’ flexibility and adaptability demonstrate how they serve as an extension of my own perspective. Things such as art have to be fun and childish but not everyone has to agree. Remember those rubber ducks that you used to have in a bath? My art has them. Remember scratch art? And looking for objects in a book? My creations will bring them back so you can experience them again. They are things that were not part of my childhood but that doesn’t stop me from using them to make my art. Childishness and playfulness go hand in hand and so does my art and interaction.