I work on many pieces at the same time. installations, wall works and drawings. I work either in small or big scale. I feel that this organic development of the things, allows me to do research, to challenge myself and to renew my work constantly .I get my inspiration through nature, architecture and design.Following the phenomena of the universe, I induce movement in materials in order to create natural architectonics. I focus on their specific properties color, structure and plasticity through manipulations layering for growth and accretion. The fluidity of molten rubber is symbolic of the ease of living and various life processes, it also conveys movement.  Spatial temporarily  is a recurring motif in these with motley objects in unknown hybrid environment pulsating with raw energy.


       The objectification of human organs interspersed with trees and animals are meant to emblematic what they symbolize rather than their respective functions. For instance the brain, which is a central  organ of the human body, is indicatively lonesome and manifestly ‘snaky’; it is unfathomable, oppressive and the same time is capable of great serenity. The human heart which pumps blood is seen as the life giver root transmitting soil nutrients to the growing tree, it is also the wish treeing which is perceived to be the simulator of every feeling, hope and desire.


         Complex chaises of bizarre activities that are going on this distilled landscape are inhabited by 2 birds and a heart-shaped tree. The symbiotic relationship between the blood pumping organ and the perched bird is symbolic of life and death. The healthy shrub and the robust bird perched on a tree topics the symbol if life and vitality where as the frail looking tree and the falling bird is symptomatic of decline and subsequent decay, the two vagaries associated with death.

         Seemingly in the empty African landscape, the geographic positions/areas are carriers of life. The central unit of social existence which is the family epitomizes the transition in society from simple to complex. The young ones in the shade of a leafless but a large tree is a symbol of growth and progression irrespective of life’s circumstances. From a simple society we are witnessing gradual advancement towards complex society based on a web of relations both outside and inside of one’s zone of habitat.The geographical boundaries and demarcations are mirrors of delimitation of spatial entities.

       My works are oriented to explore the natural phenomena and its impact on physical environment. The relationship between growth and transformation of Nature, and the complex structures of the same are the factors which conduct  my practice.

The symbolic elements that we come across in our day-to-day life such as ‘brand Logos’ suggest some kind of direction,time, volume and scale. My earlier works were based on this idea of time and space. They also consists various textual qualities and provide possibility to read them in multiple ways.

    Space could be defined through numerous visual elements as well as illusion approaches. In my work I am trying to represent it by using the maps which also shows directions. Maps may show real or imaginary spaces both. They can be dynamic, interactive and of two or three dimensional at the same time. Basically maps are visual representation of areas or land. I am focusing on the land because I found myself very much connected with it as my family disputes took place because of a land issue. My family has been faced re-habitation during the separation of Bangladesh. Hence, space is very important in my work.

Culture and society plays an important part in formulation of our mind, especially when we learn a language whether literal or visual. Some of my works represent real, physical space which exist s; but some of them give a new vocabulary to the same. Most of my new works are related to a very personal space and incidents. They reflect various issues which I am dealing with.

I use forms as a language which are generally inspired from nature and my surroundings. The viewer can not only recognize the source of its formulation but also can easily connect himself/herself with it.

      In many images, some map represent real, physical space which exist and some don’t.Most of my new works are also related to personal space and incidents. They reflect various issues that I have been dealing with.Land has been in focus in my family for reasons of dispute. My family also faced re-habitation during the separation of Bangladesh.