I and the Me
In the Me and I series, I examine the relationship of man with society, the boundaries, and interactions between the individual self and the social self. By focusing on the subjects of gaze, existence through the other, looking, being looked at/to be seen (and desired), being watched, and spying on others, I depict situations that go back and forth between staying in private and existing through the gaze of the others. The blurry image in my drawings represents this blurred space between the individual self and the social self. My recent images are formed by uneven, not overlapping lines that vary in size, density, and thickness. While drawing, I try not to move in an orderly manner, trying to reach rhythm in the chaos I have created.