…We should realize within ourselves the pure being of pure imagination. It becomes clear that works of art are the by-product of this existentialism of the imagining being.
We are in the business of defining a direct ontology through presentation of works with its own entity and dynamism of its own. Sometimes, the presentation of this direct ontology consists of the outputs of this exercise of defining; sometimes, it is a curation of constituents that embody deep emotional reverberation; sometimes, it is precise recording and interpretation of events expressed through mathematical language. Possibilities of this discovery are immense.
I aim to explore the intimacy in this immensity of possibilities through the presentation of spaces that we live in, where we also collect the images for our dreams. It is through the crystallization of our memories of spaces, we have the vocabularies for our imagining. Subsequently, our imagination provides the context in which we transform our experiences into dreams.