In My Room Are Many Houses
What do we see and how do we name the things we see? This piece is a meditation on perception and how we understand what we experience. The image of the flayed body, though perhaps grotesque, is an apt way of expressing the temporal nature of our existence, and the worlds visible and invisible to our minds. As a Buddhist, I resonate with this imagery - it is a metaphoric way of representing a profound truth and wisdom, that goes beyond the physical and the illusory.