The major themes found throughout my artwork are the alienation, dichotomy, and fragmentation of identity that encapsulate the refugee experience. Being a refugee means being unseen where it matters, giving the impression that the displaced, while conspicuous, are in fact invisible. Figures are silhouetted and facing away from the observer, faces are fractured and bursting apart, and the skeletal is interpolated with the surreal contained within. Dead languages feature heavily, symbolizing the sense of isolation felt in being of two countries but belonging to neither, of feeling perpetually stranded in between. My stylistic variance is the physical manifestation of the nuanced tension arising from the duality in all things.