Fascinated by the forces that shape identity, Krage’s work focuses on how we create and define our sense of self. As individuals, as communities, and as a species. Understanding that identity and the sense of self are constantly evolving, he explores how and when we choose to engage with creating our own selves, and by extension, shape the world around us.
His work often includes avatars; symbolic representations of the self as multi-layered and nuanced. These stylised expressions of interior landscapes, idealised depictions, and eroded effigies of the self are conceived as totems and prompts to generate inspired reflections for the viewer.