Repetition and universality are key themes in my work, framed through projects that address self-definition as a woman, mother, and artist. Oscillating between the digital and the analog, I construct abstract spaces that are neither materially dependent nor semantically determined. Fascinated by the intersection between examination and voyeurism, my works attempt to highlight the instability of the separation between privacy and shared knowledge. The resulting visual diaries scrutinize a tension between accident and system, beauty and the grotesque, obsession and analysis.