Golden Dreams, is a multisensory poem exploring the fragility and elusiveness of place and experience, capturing the poignancy of memory and association integral to the understanding of loss or displacement.
The exhibition invites viewers to explore the poignancy of memory and association integral to the understanding of loss or displacement. Through fragmented and poetic imagery, the artist highlights the paradox of survival and healing, inviting a critical discussion surrounding empathy, trust, custodianship, compassion, and social change.
“The new age will be an age less masculine and more permeated with the feminine ideals.“
The series, which is a dedication and love letter to the daughters of the artist’s mother’s homeland, invites viewers to explore how feminine approaches such as nurture and empathy can be harnessed to mediate grief, loss, disconnection, and discomfort. Through film, sound, archival, performance, gesture, reflective process, and collaborative practice, the artist engaged in an extensive period of empathic art-making with the community, both internal and external, over the last five years.