The focus lies on examining enclosed environments as profound complexities - “Atmospheres” with their internal systems.

These environments serve as microcosms where the enormity and complexity of hyperobjects are distilled into tangible experiences. 
‘Hyperobjects’ refer to entities so vast and abstract that they transcend traditional boundaries of time and space, challenging human comprehension. 

By immersing oneself in such spaces, individuals confront the elusive nature of hyperobjects and grapple with their implications on existence and perception.

Delving into the profound complexities of personal and collective knowledge.
This investigation prompts contemplation on the interconnectedness of all things and the limitations of human understanding in the face of entities that surpass conventional comprehension.

____environment, hyperobjects and painting (180x130cm) 
installation at the Central Saint Martins studios, London.