With time also changes our observations and memories, which transform into faint frangments of certain personal visual experiences.
My series of multi exposed and sketchy photographic images are a revisit to many such layers of memories and identities. They come from specific locations where I spent my most important part of growing up as a child, and presently they have become a juxtaposition of my own past and present.
I am trying to identify everything with the same childlike excitement and enthusiasm, yet it does not feel the same.
I suddenly find myself dealing with that nostalgia at a time when suddenly I find myself being forced to cut off from the physical world of human presence, which was the true essence of my growing up.
Multiple memories start to play on my mind. I start losing track of time with my vision fading and unclear.
I am mapping a fragment of my own history using double exposure, single images as well as diptychs in order to express the vacuum of space and time. I try to search for a meaning in everything, yet I resist the effort for the sake of simple plesures. I am just simply staring through various surfaces.