Intersubjectivity | ‘Intersubjectivity’ is comprised of two different types of images; self-portraits and the things around me. The reason for pairing these images together is to validate my sense of belonging to the world, somewhere between a “subjective” and “objective” perspective. Shooting my surroundings is completely my subjectivity. However, photographies that I shot spontaneously translate into objectivity through the process of being seen by others, even though it's taken from my subjective perspective. Therefore, there is no way to convey how I feel when I shoot things around me. To utilize my body as a figure of moving emotion and put my self portrait next to the things I took, it allows the pictures to withhold the sound of my voice and as a result, it makes people being able to see the pictures as close to my subjective point of view. By recording myself, and the things around me, I feel the connections to the world in an organic way. I press the shutter and one moment is a decision of mine.