Metamorpha is an autobiographical, audio-visual performance and installation that explores the boundaries and limitations of the human psyche. The performance takes place within a cocoon-like structure suspended in space, with the performer confined within. The floating videography suggests the subtle emanation of the human psyche, revealing the private universe we each inhabit. Trapped within a veiled prison, it probes the questions -Where do you begin, and I end?- How much personal freedom do I really have entrapped within my own psyche? - Limitations on my freedom appear to be imposed from the outside, what if they are actually controlled from within? - Am I equally enslaved to my own character structure and inner demons as to external authority?
The artist takes the viewer on a cathartic quest for the authentic self behind the personified veil, endeavouring to liberate herself, from herself.