As an artist, I am fascinated by the idea of reality and the questions that arise when we question its authenticity. The thought of living in a designed life, a simulation played by someone else, or even a dream, is both intriguing and frightening. This line of thinking has led me to explore the idea of what if the world we know is just a digital simulation.
This project is a visual representation of my own personal thoughts and experiences as I delve into this hypothetical scenario. Through my work, I aim to create a sense of uncertainty, exploring the boundaries between reality and fiction, and the impact that this idea has on our perceptions and emotions.
My work is a combination of digital and traditional techniques, blurring the lines between the real and the imagined, reflecting my own internal struggles with the concept of reality. The use of color, form, and texture are all tools that I use to create a sense of surrealism and to question what is truly real.
In conclusion, this project is a visual journey into the unknown, an invitation to explore the boundaries of reality and an experiment in the imagined world. Through my work, I hope to engage the viewer in a conversation about the nature of reality and to provoke thought about our place in the world.