EPILEPSY RESEARCH INSTALLATION
This audio-visual installation brings together MRI and EEG imaging, at once clinical informative and optically breathtaking, and deeply personal stories from epilepsy patients in a fusion of light and sound that permits us to drive into the enigmas of cognitive function and discover the synaptic pathways that make each of our brains unique. Epilepsy is severely misunderstood condition that affects one in every hundred people in the UK.
commission for Kings College London
exhibited at Paths to Utopia exhibition at Somerset House
Rave is the flagship of today’s shamanism. It indicated a gathering of people who dance to synthetic music with the rhythm of 120 beats per minute - also the heartbeat of the embryo in the womb. It explores the connection between the embryonic womb state and techno/acid house music. There is something more to dancing, perhaps we enjoy it because it subconsciously reminds us of our embryonic womb state.
- the installation consists of Techno Womb, Rave Box and 4 etchings
- both, the Womb the Rave box have embryonic heart beat playing in them
Icons is a photography installation in which I am reflecting on the paintings of holy figures used ceremonially in the Byzantine and other Easter Churches.
In my own surreal visual language, I am recreating new modern icons.
Brain Tumor is a series of sculptures portraying human mind obsessed with boobs.
sculpture 20x22x24 cm