My artistic journey is a continuous exploration of deconstruction and reconstruction, where collage, assemblage, and painting converge to articulate my reflections on blackness. This process of breaking down materials and reassembling them is not just a method but a metaphor for my dialogue with identity, culture, and perception.
My pieces evolve through the vibrant interplay of simple materials like old reclaimed news paper ,colorful paper scraps,and paint. Imagery that ranges from historical to contemporary server as a achnor point for my ideas. In letting the materials guide the creative process, I piece together images that reflect a rich tapestry of cultural narratives. These elements, whether spread across the canvas or embedded within it, serve more than an aesthetic function; they are narrative vehicles that drive my ideas when talkin about identity and representation of blackness.