My works are a series of accumulations of personal attention to and interpretations of routines and repetitions in everyday life. Frequently situating myself in in-between positions yet rather closer to the periphery than the center, I observe, participate, and sometimes intervene in primarily public spheres to question social norms and power structures that sway individuals and groups. My artistic practices facilitate a time and space to reconsider the states of (dis/re)orientation and (un)familiarity while problematizing the construction of otherness, the inherent dichotomy of Western culture, and imperial motivations in both local and transnational contexts. I usually incorporate dialogues and writings in my practices and expand upon them by working with collaborators, humans and more-than-human entities, and imagining polyphonic viewpoints. This is accompanied by a will towards the emergence of proximity and attachment among participants, which may generate unexpected encounters and radical openness. Accordingly, I suggest ways of entangling with other beings and consortia of beings as well as visualizing possible futures of coexistence and co-creation.