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My primary creative platform is the virtual world, where I interweave my practices and motivations.

My work involves a research-based approach, using interdisciplinary collisions or collaborations through art, science, and technology to gain insight into humanity within virtual contexts.

Utilizing various techniques, I use the artistic process as a means to examine the components of human identity, seeking out novel phenomena, virtual behaviors, and the evolution of cultural relations.

Inspired by notions of post-humanism, I explore the societal structure of virtual spaces, observing the complex web of relational systems between humans and machines, machines and machines, and people within machines.

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