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Self-Portrait

The images in this series come from a single self-portrait. With this process of digital re-compositing, I attempt to find pieces of my father. 

Ten years after his demise, for the first time ever, I found a few of my father’s belongings. There was a framed portrait. An almost stranger.

Whenever the sense of sheer hopelessness overwhelms and the void intensifies, I take shelter to this portrait and reflect parts of myself through various objects, color, elements, sound, sight and occurrences around me.

 

Through this self-portrait, I reflect on myself, comment on the state of immigrant displacement and their depression, the criticism of a capitalist-consumerist society and hope to find the means of a displaced human being’s survival through the act of mismatched and incoherent image-making.