At its core, my work revolves around the rediscovery of nomadic roots and personal response to the contradictions my homeland Kazakhstan and the world are facing today. Driven by the millennial history of legendary nomads who, in a matter of a century, have experienced several radical transformations led by Russian colonisation and the subsequent oppressive Soviet regime, then followed by a mere two decades of independence, the projects explore how modern-day nomadism impacts the world and how a nation could be empowered or deprived by globalisation. Do we submit to the realities of the ongoing standardisation, or do we reconfigure the ideology of cultural identity and rely on the wisdom of different peoples to contribute to the collective well-being? The response to the above questions is conveyed through the layers of multiple media, including painting, photography, performance and installations. Embellished with ancient media like felt and bones, natural to traditional nomads, the concepts stretch away from the anthropological boundaries and adopted to relate to contemporary life to amplify the distinctive voice in the global diversity.