The disorders that I have might not be visible, sometimes they’re even easy. Most of the
time they are a sort of controllable chaos, visual hallucinations that could happen at any
moment.For the most of it I can distinguish these hallucinations from reality, separate them, ignore them, and sometimes even enjoy them.
My disorders taught me how to focus on multiple things at the same time, and to
remember what is happening not just in my field of vision, but also in my hearing range.
They made me a better listener, amplified my continuously growing imagination, and taught me
how to plan things more carefully, and with accuracy.
And yes, it’s hard sometimes, in fact, it can be hell. However, this exhibition won’t be showing the hard parts; We won’t go deep into Panic attacks, Psychotic attacks, Suicide attempts, or any of that. This exhibition will be celebrating the best, most enjoyable aspects of my life. We will attempt to divide your focus by simultaneously stimulating your senses, and give you the chance to document your feelings through a Video Camera.
Throughout the duration of the exhibition, your experience will be influenced by different live
performances curated and choreographed by me. Following the closing of the exhibition, I will
be releasing a sound and video piece capturing the overall experience of the audience.
The collection of works presented will be taken from an extensive arsenal of experiences
and ideas that I’ve been hoarding in my head and notebooks for years; Some of them are
hallucinations that I’m bringing to reality, and some are being translated into new mediums.
All together, We aim to create an Irritable, Beautiful, Syndrome.