I believe every being is biologically social for instance; every living being has a tendency to create their own society where they are comfortable. On the other hand Mother Nature doesn’t have any classification such as nothing is more or less important, everything is important in the universe. As human beings became more advanced they also became more influenced by objects and materials. For that reason human society is strongly divided by two major classes: wealthy and impoverished. I believe this is a social ideology and this politics creates a transparent boundary around every human mind. For that reason we always fight to classify ourselves, our choices, our land, our lives, our attitudes, our thoughts and our visions. I define art as all metabolic encompassing. It is in every living thing, in every experience. My desire in making artwork is to re-connect to the authenticity that exists in nature, to remind us of our core instincts. In my perception, beings are similar visually and physiologically but we are very unique and different by process of thinking, perceiving and defending. We express our differences through communication acting and reacting in relationship to each other. My artworks come from personal experience and strive to express the way I think. In my current work I am responding to the psychological impact of “action and reaction” Sir Isaac Newton explained in his third law of motion that for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. In physics this means that in every interaction, there is a pair of forces acting on the two interacting objects. I like to think of this law beyond the literal mathematical implications and believe that we exist in a contestant state of action and reaction - every being is psychologically reacting to every action around us. Where things begin to loose meaning and importance through repetition. As meaning is lost, a void is created. Which philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche explains as passive nihilism that unwillingly human being believes that their existence is meaningless. My recent work is to respond to that void. As a result of thinking this way about action and reaction, I started to believe that ‘I’ basically nothing more than the reflection of it’s surrounding, which includes other beings. Their actions and reactions build my unique self. My goal is to be able to communicate these ideas through a universal visual language that is beyond written or spoken language.


  • Transparency
  • Sculpture
  • 8' x 4' x 3' ft
  • April 2012