Rediscovery and Intricacy

This sculpture was created during bachelor studies at National College of Arts. It encapsulates the beauty of the fallen tree in its original and uses furniture joints to enhance flow of the trunk and the branches. The pattern of wood was intricately carved and enhanced to mesmerize the viewer by the beauty and detail present in nature that goes by unnoticed.

Life Sized Human Sculpture 2012
This sculpture was also created during bachelors studies at National College of Arts, Lahore, Pakistan. It encapsulates the tragedy of human condition.

“There is only one inborn error, and that is the notion that we exist in order to be happy… So long as we persist in this inborn error… the world seems to us full of contradictions. For at every step, in things great and small, we are bound to experience that the world and life are certainly not arranged for the purpose of maintaining a happy existence… hence the countenances of almost all elderly persons wear the expression of what is called disappointment.”― Arthur Schopenhauer

Human-Crocodile Hybrid was created and exhibited in National College of Arts, 2012.
Material: Tin, Silicon, Latex, Gypsum
This sculpture represents the process of developing a protective persona beginning from the organic form of a baby and transforming into a hard armor like a crocodile.
Material manipulation 2013.
Objects like a mosquito coil, a pillow and a traditional Pakistani broom were casted out in metal to question the intrinsic meaning and usability of these objects.