I wanted to explore time as a restriction on space that is infinite. Drawing from concepts of imaginary time and metaphysical theories, I tried to express what time and space meant to me personally, into something materially tangible. The pages show how different ways of cutting the same-sized paper creates incomparable differences. For me, this is a metaphor of how we can achieve contrasting results by merely looking at the same thing differently.
I was always better with my hands then I was with numbers. Yet for my entire life I was focused on achieving numbers.
Money is nothing without happiness, and art is nothing without passion.
After graduating in Law at university, I came to Polimoda in hopes of a dream in fashion. I am still chasing that dream.