This study of self explores the inner and outer spaces we inhabit, investigating the notion of our presence or lack thereof within these spaces, and whether or not the spaces are altered as a result. In immersing myself in nature, I attempted to explore the diversity of my inner world.

Dress, skin and hair in this body of work serve to connect the inner with the outer- my imaginary world, a space of dream and fantasy, is viewed as a real world. My physical absence in the series of photos of Japan is a reflection of my imaginary world, as for many years, Japan only existed in my imagination.

In this body of work, I have challenged our existence in the spaces we inhabit, be they physical, psychological, or in the realm of dreams.

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