In my art-making, personal self-investigations lead to significant sculptural explorations. The earlier sculptural works address notions of childhood memory, the private sphere, what ‘home’ signifies, and the banality of daily rituals. The materiality of food is also explored in my practice.

The ‘social-sculptures’ or site-specific art performances require the participation of an engaged audience. They comment on site/place identity and what determines or defines this.