Emotional Geometry, 2020


As we try to make sense of the world we’re suspended in time and space; subjected to the immediacy of our homes and mental states. The turbulence of our environment is a reflection of the internal chaos and we are left to recalibrate how this affects our emotional well-being.


Emotional Geometry is a reaction to the rules and regulations which try to control the external chaos. While navigating confined space and limited movement, our feelings become secondary to facts, our psychology secondary to biology.


As health and safety are overemphasized during lockdown, the fragility of the human condition becomes lost to politics and economics. This work hopes to make space for that fragility in a world where beauty may remain. 

*This is an ongoing artwork