In the constant rhythm of migration, I find myself at home. As a filmmaker, I research the cinematic image and its ability to stand independent of the human voice. The narrative device of the film essay enables me to link the psyche of the migrant with neglected landscapes, that shift into desolation.
Through the scope of psycho-geography, I wander into the virtual space of displacement, capturing its distinct flora and fauna. The shifting landscape, in its malevolent hyper-nature and dark ecology, can mirror the violence deriving from our public, yet discrete, consequences of our access to excess.