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The visible and invisible refers to a special meaning involving my gaze, not merely describing visibility. It connotes my intention to express differences within society, culture, ideology, and self-consciousness. I pay more attention to concealed ‘difference’ than revealed ‘difference’, referring to it as ‘the invisible world’.
All individuals may not recognise the existence of this world, but ‘the invisible world’ is a significant piece of equipment which moves the individual’s consciousness and makes a huge impact on how to express life. As an example; this equipment includes trauma as a type of damage to the psyche, caused by physical injury or psychological shock. The invisible world has a broader meaning in that it has no specific cause, and it, being unspecified, is significant. I believe that a visible world is just an illusion of unknown, indefinable devices. I testify through imagery that outward, superficial behavior and relationships constitute a membrane covering ‘an actual, essential element’. The property of my work is penetrating the concealed behind the revealed to dig up the hidden within.
My work puts this imaginary world at the center of my narrative. I use my imagination to transform the invisible into the visible world. Using my imagination, I build up an imaginary world by reconstructing and modifying images I see in my dreams and interesting elements in my life. However, I am not fully able to clarify the source of my work’s form and narrative, as my imagination is ‘an emission of my unconscious’. My physical and spiritual experiences, including creating an imaginary world as a child, and the psychological oppression I experienced in London among heterogeneous cultures and various races, transform into a visual language…
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