Audio-visual work describing the human essence as a three-part being. 20 minutes.
This work started as an attempt to decipher my own personality by asking the question: what am I composed of? What makes me act like I do? What are the conflicts that progress me as an artist?
Further research into this subject led me to many cultural, theological and psychological theories that divide the human essence into three parts, but in a partial way in my opinion.
So I created a new Triad, a one that represents this inner conflict that sttires inside of us all the time, not by words but by minimalistic music and videos.
This project has won an award for excellency at the Musrara School of High Arts’ finale exhibition.