are cross cultural and are universal, that transcend language and culture, they are human stories. This is the case with most of my works, my artwork is not culturally specific. To show my work in China or any other country, I donâ€™t have to speak their language, this is the privilige of the visual art. Thanks a lot for this interesting conversation, Faridun. Finally, would you like to tell us readers something
about your future projects. How do you see your work evolving?
My work is always in movement and evolving, and I am open to exploring new possibilities. I have recently been working with found objects, with wood, steel, glass and papier mache to explore new ideas. I am also currently working on a series of paintings of themes that I want to explore in depth. We will see where this journey takes me. Thank you for having me, it was my pleasure.