Beauty lives within the perfect order of Chaos , 2018

In a research to challenge the idea of perception, the series reflects on the years I spent living in London and the ideals of beauty I came across. The value attributed to the human body here lies in the fine line between comfort and unease, as is the unsettling feeling of a generation battling with its own perceptual vision. Recreating connections within the notions of sexuality, identity and beauty, “Beauty lives within the perfect order of Chaos” acts as a mirror of its context and creates a thread relating the body back to its essence, as a performative act on flesh.