I have a special interest in subjects such as body, gender, human-space relationship and architecture in my works. In both my 2D/3D graphic compositions, where I combine human figures and architectural elements, I explore the relationship between the individual and their environment. In my works, I create a new frame from objectivity to subjectivity by distorting the form in the captured moment and manipulating the frozen 'moment'. By making additions and subtractions to the captured frames, I produce questions on the concept of body and space. With my digital productions where the connection between body and object is blurred, which is controlled and shaped by various power mechanisms, the surface of the body and the concept of abject; I ask questions about body, identity, form, politics and gender. The tools I use most frequently in my works are 3D software, instant films and digital prints.