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His multidisciplinary practice revolves around painting as a medium to convey his view on identity politics and freedom. He explores the notion of emotional memories and the mnemonic nature of objects, finding traces of human existence in the distance between reality and its depiction. 'The human' is a main subject that his works always seek to discover and reveal, especially through engendering recognition via images. A distinctive aspect of images and their working emerges; that of memory. Images become mnemonic repositories, places where remains of identity are discovered and enshrined. Both the internet and his personal photographic archive are sources to discover the possible everyday icons of our time. Expressing his anxiety and doubt about an ahistorical perspective on identity, his artworks reflect his traumatic experience related to drifting and migration in the contemporary context.