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Complex family dynamics and trauma come in various forms and can damage a child’s development in visible and invisible ways, impacting adulthood. As a result, individuals may develop unique perceptions of the world that influence school and workplace dynamics, shaping how we interact and form relationships. Patterns from past traumas may repeat, leading individuals to gravitate towards familiar behaviors, even if detrimental.


In the project “Reimagining Memories,” techniques such as cutting photographs and fragment enhancement via an old photocopying machine unveil complex layers of experience while transforming images into abstract landscapes. Through the interplay of fragmented imagery and abstract forms, viewers are transported into a realm where the resilience of the human spirit takes center stage amidst the nuanced complexities of memory and experience.

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