Samsara (2017)

Object: Wheat germs in vacum, 20 x 20 x 21 cm

Samsara is a multimedia artwork comprising a SWF interactive animation created in 2016/17, accompanied by objects that symbolize the perpetual cycle of birth, suffering, death, and rebirth. At the core of this work lies the symbolism of the seed, which metaphorically represents the world and embodies the inherent nature of cyclic changes and vulnerability. The seed’s significance extends beyond its individual representation, encompassing the broader themes of life cycles, material existence, and the interconnectedness of all beings.

Through Samsara, I delve into the intricate relationship between the natural and the artificial, exploring their convergence through a distinct aesthetic lens. By incorporating new media, I navigate the visual manifestation of a profound symbol of life—the seed. This exploration delves into the inherent power and significance embedded within this visual entity, unraveling deeper insights into existence and inviting contemplation on the interplay between nature and human intervention.