My personal approach to art has been shaped by an experience with information design and video production. After working in... Read More
My personal approach to art has been shaped by an experience with information design and video production. After working in this field for a while, I began to feel a lack of substance in my art, as if nothing existed there, separated from me by a digital barrier, even though it was certainly something I had created.
In response, I began to feel an increasing drive to return to the fundamental materials of essential human art: I wanted to shape my art with my own fingers.
And it is quite different from the act of painting on a stretched canvas; it focuses on the act of creating matter itself, through the various processes of weaving, painting, and shaping.
These processes are not just a return to old techniques, but a means of sublimating the accumulation of actions and time into an object with more depth and weight.
I'm also interested in infinitely iterated processes and combining the results of that iteration to develop spatial movement, informed by my experience in animation production.
Even in today's society where things are increasingly simplified and extinguished, I continue to examine the significance of leaving traces of my life in the form of objects through my creative expression.