MFA Thesis Show in Trisoloni Gallery, Athens, OH. 2015. The show was consisted of four major sections:1- A 44" x 52 " printed ;">photograph of an overlay of25 photographs taken in 6 different cities as documentations to short occupations of urban spaces, street curvatures.
2- A series of 100 photographs printed in approximately 2" x 4".3- Video Projections on a cast paper screen that you could enter into and on a bed of cast plaster and sand which could be interacted with.4- A CNC cut seat to the form that was a cast of my cross-legged seating position which you could tray to sit in and watch a 30-minute video played on a small TV.The show meant to involve the viewer in the quest of artist to find spaces and transform them into places where he could fit. In doing so,the viewer was provide entry into personal viewfinder of the artist and intrigued to deeper look into a dialogue about displacement, fitting, or rather unfitting. Absence of artist's body was emphasized through its presences as a fading image on slightly elevated, with sand, surface. The image would become the subject to intimate touch of theviewer, speaking of the larger idea of how images through screens have altered our perception and affection.