My work engages with how relationships between human beings creates ‘psychological distances and physical approaches’. The process of representing a feeling or emotion has been an ongoing struggle in my work. “Psychological distances and physical proximity” are feelings interrelated with space, not only the physicality of the space, but also the subconscious space related to time. The representation of uncanny spaces, expressed utopian ideals of the rejection of certain spaces with the assumption that the space embodies our own paranoia. I am creating an atmosphere of voyeurism in the spaces I have been creating, as if someone is playing God. I create alienated narratives. Representing figures in a situation of anxiety, waiting for someone, or something to happen, is a representation of anxiety and fear, where we can access the higher levels of consciousness, apparent in the waking dream state.