Be Here Now
Once I set my brush to the paper and start writing a character, the action must be carried on through to the end. There is no pause, no going back, nor any way to re-do something. Regarding completed works, if viewers follow the order of brush strokes with their eyes, they can imagine how my brush moved, from the starting point to its finish, with the flow of time. It can be said that the tracks of the brush are the traces of time. My artwork, like music and dance, is an art form linked to time. As evidence of having lived here and now, I hope to connect invisible time to the forms of beauty and crystallize the precious 'now' in forms like no other.