Light represents looking ahead – the future. Traversing and colliding with light changes the original character and beauty of things.

I like light. What I like most is the blinking sea surface when daylight collides with it. When you close the door to vision it is light that calls out to you in a soft, low shimmering voice through your eyelids.

I am portraying each blink that makes a stereoscopic us. Every work is one blink, one step. This group takes the leap of thought, of the associated and disassociated fields, starting with the smallest element, like how a leaf knows spring and autumn, and how a drop of water turns reflects the red sky.