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     The starting point of my work is the cross-cultural symbolism of the garden, which extends the perspective of feminist ecology toward a wide range of contemporary issues, whether climate change, self-sustainability or loneliness.  My paintings evoke the Garden of Eden, the lush plant imagery covering the walls also draws on the ornamentation and animal imagery of Middle Eastern rugs, originally intended to represent the Garden of Eden, but the rug can also remind us of home as a space of rest and silence.
       In my work, in the sense of self-reflection, I seek to answer the question: is there a paradise for the 'I'; can the fictional garden be a means of returning to the self?

photo credit: Zoltán Tóth
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