2005, mixed media on canvas
210x225 cm
Over the years, I've made several attempts to create a self-portrait, but the one that resonated with me the most was an unconventional piece that depicted me from behind. This perspective, which is not featured on this website, highlights the universality of human experience. At that time, the idea of blending in and being like everyone else was comforting.
Years later, I stumbled upon another self-portrait, one I had created for a designer magazine. Reflecting on my artistic journey, if I were to attempt another self-portrait today, I would neither avert my gaze from the viewer nor resort to any dramatic expressions. Instead, I would seek to embody a sense of authenticity and honest self-representation in my work.
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