An immersive and experimental experience that delves into the raw emotions of the artist’s personal journey through depression. It embraces the fluidity and intimacy of a single performer’s interaction with machines, weaving a tapestry of abstract visuals and sounds that captivate the senses. This interactive exploration seeks to explore the depths of human emotion, inviting the audience to journey alongside the performer through a landscape of the inner self. The artist wants to create a thought-provoking journey that invites the audience to join her on a quest for self-discovery, uncovering the raw emotions that bind us all as human beings.
The artist’s goal is to use machines (programs, censors, and computers) to create art that allows her to invite audiences to step in and experience her internal world alongside her, providing a safe space for connection and discussion. Moreover, it is an exploration of the possibilities of using machines to co-create a solo performative piece, that could further stand alone as an interactive installation
Her detailed creative process could be viewed on her website.
Her installation piece serves as a powerful representation of her personal battles with depression and the persistent, intrusive thoughts that plague her mind. Through her carefully choreographed performance, she tell the story of a woman’s quest to find inner peace amid her struggles. Through her movements, she depicts the challenging journey she endures to attain a fleeting moment of tranquility. Yet, ultimately, she discovers that true peace can be found even in the most uncomfortable positions, and she emerges victorious, having achieved a moment of silence that is hard to come by.
Although others may interpret her work differently, the artist hopes that it will serve as a refuge for the community, a sanctuary where individuals can confront and contemplate their innermost thoughts and emotions without fear of judgment or restriction. Through this shared experience, we can come together and find solace in our collective humanity, discovering that we are not alone in our struggles, but rather bound together by the universal experience of the human condition.