I am a dreamer and my art reflect the utopia I’m dreaming about. I've been asking myself since journalism school, “why are there so many problems in our society today. It seems those social philosophies I understood make sense only in theory but not in the real world in which I live. If you look deep into those problems, there are personal stories in it. Individual people gather to groups that arouse social issues. My art captures images of suffering, and the agony of the disadvantaged in the modern age. It stems from the
challenges that arise in our life from inequality, social injustice, feminism, and
environmental issues. I also consider the notion of human nature and how it is projected
onto the world. The source of the pain felt by a person can be from a social or political
problem, or from internal factors. In society, each individual's story reflects and affects
the whole community. Even one’s stress and exhaustion are not just personal
experiences, but social and historical phenomena as well. The pursuit of one’s happiness
in a course of suffering inspires my artistic approach and is a recurring theme. I twist or
critique this problem in small and large-scale artworks and portray them using abstract
I pursue personal affinity rather than biologically based identity. My goal is to build an ecofeminism utopia that includes everyone regardless of gender, race, class and species in the world. I present images in ways that may elicit discomfort, however, it is significant in the world that I am inter-related and interdependent.
I enjoy working in the mediums of painting, sculpture, installation and video. I also often combine technological elements, such as mechanical movement and lights, into my work. I am interested in creating action between viewer and art, that leads to a sensational experience. One of my goals is to enhance the spectator’s experience through interaction with my art. It allows me to communicate with the public through reinterpretation and reconstruction of an aesthetic perspective on inconvenient but considerable issues.
Ultimately, my work will contribute to creating a better world beyond communicating withthe public.