From a certain moment, I came to realize that as research on the flatness of painting continued, the desire to transcend the limits of flatness grew along with it. Since then, I have been documenting the process of condensing or deconstructing the data collected during the collision between materials with different properties in a Korean style of fine art.
In fact, we all die many times. We just don't notice that death can happen at various moments in life. Changes in my emotions, where I live, my job, and my daily habits are also a kind of death. But I believe that we are constantly reborn through movements and trivial actions. The traces of chance that my brush creates as it lingers on the screen for a long time and then flows to another trajectory contain the temporary nature of a human being and the anxiety of a worldly existence. That is why my brushstrokes continue for the realization that I can constantly learn and be reborn. From a moment of anxiety to a moment of serenity, from awareness to unconsciousness. Therefore, my brushstrokes for the realization that is why I can constantly learn and be reborn will continue. From a moment of anxiety to a moment of serenity, from awareness to unconsciousness.