I explore an art, which is on a surface; a surface that is flat, and plain, and full with grain as a wall; a surface that is in front of men, as the objectification of them.I work with a black-and-white image, which means to an origin that can be dated back to the world’s beginning. I explore an art that is broken apart, that is pieced together, separating in culture, but coexisting in civilisation. During the process, I often detach my premium drawings to glue a complete shape. By dividing the composition, I mean to redefine the role of individual part, whereas by connecting the strings, I am inspired by its connotation about thread as the connection of different fates. I have been exploring an art, which is a common myth, which may appear in culture differently, however creeping over us unconsciously. I draw the destiny, a common language, a collective unconsciousness. I explore a language based on predecessors’ wording, appropriating a long-standing message. I introduce the language to avoid the extinction of historical messages as my artmaking activity is to prove my being and others who have the similarity. I also adapt it for the zeitgeist of our days, to disseminate it and to experiment on it in the public.
I am drawn to Comparative mythology, which juxtaposes various culture on the same stage; I am drawn to Gesamtkunstwerk, which lets a total of art speak one language. I am for an art which is not for the future nor the present but for the historical parallel. I am standing here, painting as a recorder, mindful of the existed; scrutinising as a critic, digging into the divergency; devoting as a believer, grateful for the harmony.
I explore historical facts through a dream-like portrayal; I visualise the non-existed through a true-to-life depiction. Through myth I questions the history; through monochrome I question the time; through architecture I envisage its habitats; through my art I wanted to question the universal truths, but there is no truth. To mislead is to suspect; showing the extreme is to seek the solution. I want to be an artist thinking of art from other perspectives (computing, mythology, philosophy, etc.); I attempt to challenge the possibility of artmaking. I want to find the compromise between communicating and encoding, the next question within the last response.