Through my works, I analyse the complexities of my thoughts and emotions by composing them into simpler and smaller units. I have used the most basic forms of geometry and a wide range of colours to depict the tone of my underlying thoughts and the texture of my moods and emotions. I use objects made of wood, metal, plastic, rubber etc., of day to day household usage. The selection of these materials is based on the nature of their simplicity. These seemingly simple and ordinary objects are in reality the key factors driving the most complex operations.

I have learnt, through my works, the value of simplicity in every aspect of my life in order to experience bliss. It is vital for me to understand why humans discard the simplicity they’re born with and allow complexities to lodge in their minds. I believe that the essence lies in keeping things simple, the way children do.