My art practice is motivated by questions of how images and desires are experienced in relation to (social)gaze. I find an irreconcilable gap between the virtuality of images and bodies that desire them. Here, the images are not only visual productions but also mental ones, which define one’s imaginations, expectations and aspirations in life conditioned through ideologies.Ranging from videos,performances to multimedia installations, my works engage critically with the social/cultural contexts of images and explore the mechanisms of seeing/desire.My artistic processes include repurposing mass media culture, experimenting with forms of performances and digital technologies, as well as creating apparatus that reshape visual experience. Often employing humour and the contradictions lying in dichotomies; such as attraction/oppression,object/subject, virtual/physical, digital/analogue, freedom/restriction, etc, my works attempt to focus on the intricacies of desiring subjects that are generally dismissed in the dominant media culture.While my previous works dealt with the issues of patriarchal and consumerist culture from the perspective of a 'young woman', these days I rather see myself at the intersections of multiple social and cultural axes such as gender, age, ethnicity and social position. My ongoing projects reflect these interests in intersectionality and ambivalenceof one’s positions.