Making art overwhelms my life; therefore, my attempt to honestly expose the making process is an autobiographical narrative. My life is expressed in my method of production; the world around me is represented in things that are ubiquitous and domestic. Looking, translating and making are continuously mixed together in a loop in which the boundary between art and life become tangled. The everyday is interpreted, re-contextualized and abstracted as a reflection of life passing through me.
— Zimra Beiner