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VIRTUAL MATERIAL, 2014 – 2020, series of still and moving images on the imaginary realm of technology and the ephemeral, psychological, and kinaesthetic aspects of Vision (referred to as vision-body relationship). The artwork in Virtual Material looks into the notion of materiality in relationship with the object/subject tension in Vision through the examining of systems and processes in image making during technocratic times. The relationship between somatic psychology and environment, the artworks portray understandings and expose ways of thinking about the vision-body relationship. Water and movement are used as subjects, themes, and affective devices.

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