I’m interested in paying attention to our tiny neighbors: the weeds, bugs and pebbles that fill our everyday lives. When you look closely, it's incredible to realise how everything is so different – every petal, leaf and wing is miraculously unique. These beings and objects all have their own stories and universes within themselves, containing many states of life, death and regeneration.
It’s so easy to not think about small, seemingly insignificant things. On the other hand, if I always stopped and really looked, I’d get so overwhelmed by their wonder.
I like to tell the stories of our overlooked neighbors, to try to make sense of the world we live in – and too imagine the worlds we cannot see with our own eyes.
In this exhibition my work attempt to focus on seemingly insignificant things and their stories. They are a constant reminder for me to pay attention to small things in the world.