35"x44", mixed media, 2017
Now, climb on that yellow, I wanna climb on that yellow right now, then that blue. Now catch some cloud or blue or that plane. On the top of them, must be something fun! I look at my hands, look at my fingers and look at my finger prints. They say "be careful!" and look at me. Oh, my shadow squeezes into a small spot under me perfectly. I don't care where the sun is. I don’t care if it rises or not. I don’t care if nights fall or not. I don't care if she is looking at me or not. I don't care if he is waiting for me or not. I don't care what I will see after closing my eyes and open my eyes. I don't care who I will meet after closing and opening my eyes.
C12 : H22 : O11
Project about perception of time
This Project includes 5 mixed-media digital paintings on wood panels which discuss human perception of time by color and form. Generated by portraits in oil, each is an individual memory, the present shot and future imagined, these works deconstruct specific narratives into expressive abstraction and fictional texts to present complex impressions and emotions toward our time. The project name is the chemical formula of sugar in a form of a digital clock referring to how sweetness and bitterness comes and goes by every second.