Someone like you, 2016

Heat transfer on paper

8.5x11 inch each

We always have something that are not willing to show to the public. Although this is a self-portrait series but this experience applies to everyone, especially woman.People try to hide their struggles to other people and show a brighter side to others. It is the conflict between inner and outer self, and the struggle between who you want to be, and who you really are. This series exposes the beauty and brightness that women show in front of people, versus the darkness and sadness they went through.