My works reflect on my personal experience as an immigrant Georgian woman. Through creating abstract structural compositions in opposition to the figure I am trying to draw a parallel between the social construct of Georgian culture and its interaction with the western mindset. Each work tells the fictional story of a girl, a boy, a woman, or a representative of the ethnic minority during or after the violent act of the displacement. With my work, I am trying to construct a myth-of-self, which casts a negative light on the relationship between the expectations of society and self-examination. I am trying to pull back the curtain on the delusions and oppressive taboos still preserved within post-Soviet and western societal dogmas.