The majority of her projects in recent years have, to varying degrees, reflected her social identity and her experiences living between the contrasting cultures of the East and West. Her work has been deeply influenced by her intangible cultural heritage, her recognition of the connections between humans and animals, as well as social stereotypes and gender dynamics. She has shown a particular interest in social phenomena, including various forms of social conflict.
More recently, she has been exploring themes of virtual identity and digital humanity, as well as engaging in critical reflections on topics such as life extension, the impermanence of life, and the enduring nature of death. Her artworks have been exhibited at prestigious venues such as the Royal Academy of Arts in London and featured in renowned magazines like British Vogue, Vogue Italia, Lucys, and Slippage.