In my art, I explore the topic of gender and its functioning in modern society through psychoanalysis and archetypal collective traumas. This topic has interested me since childhood, when I watched my parents as artists and my father's work was perceived as art, and my mother's work was initially perceived as insignificant, destined to be thrown out. In my works, it is important for me to show that the paradigm of female thinking in art is important, and, moreover, in modern conditions it is simply necessary.
I often show the female body in a relaxed but conflicted state, with a metamorphosis of the transformation of the energy of the heart, as the original paradigm of thinking through harmony undergoes violent changes to be absorbed in the patriarchal world. In my work, I focus on experiencing my body after practicing kundalini yoga and retreats for women.