As a physician and an artist, I am afforded a unique position to observe and analyze humans and their nature on a broad spectrum, and relate these findings into visual works. I tirelessly work to detangle the mysteries of the human body and mind as entrenched in the surrounding nature of our world, and this defines my visual pursuit - ethereal but classical, withdrawn but tender, deliberate but mysterious, soft but caring, abstract but figurative. I explore the idea of fate, the complete abandonment to it, as in a well rehearsed dance of a long known choreography to the tunes of a mysterious force. My work depicts human bodies from their entirety to their compulsory organs, from macro to micro perspectives and universes. My work is inspired by human feelings and perceptions with their avalanche of ripples, deciphering for beauty or not, entropy or not, confessing insights granted to me in my pursuit of what is human - mortal, fragile, loving. Privacy is upheld. I employ poetry, drawings, lens-based modalities, installations and performances. I work throughout the day, at night, engaging a variety of media types, including paper, rag, silk, light projections, digital collage, video, and sounds. I start a project mostly guided by intuition, then move to conceptualizing the initial outcomes, condensing them towards a forging idea. This is a two fold balancing process, revealing and self healing.