The installation mixed painting, sculpture and video to create a fictional post-apocalyptic immigration narrative. The works hint at an abstract idea of crisis taking place in an unknown time and place, be it a catastrophic disaster, a nuclear war, an outbreak, or some kind of social chaos or alien invasion.
The exhibition focuses on being an outsider; either as an outsider in observation to this disastrous incident or as identifying with the excluded and oppressed victim of the situation.**
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