Interested in and influenced by Generative Art, I create systems in my work to allow physical rules or systemized machines to perform the processes that create the work. The objects become active and get out of a pre-existing passive role. In this sense, things are connected to each other (between the audience or between objects) in some way, and in this system, the audience encounters an ambiguous boundary.
As part of the millennial shadow generation straddling the digital revolution, I am interested in the interactions of the actual objects in space and its resulting relationships. Whether it is an analog movement or a process in mechanical devices, all of the objects located in the real spaces trigger our various senses, even through light and sound which we cannot actually touch. The presence of an audience enjoying the space is an important component of my work.
As an artist who uses various senses directly, not as a metaphor, I realized that humans cannot use only one sense in response to external physical stimuli, so I want to create an indistinguishable space where the senses are shared or mixed, so they cannot be individually separated, and I want to actively disturb the senses or evoke a virtual experience.
In addition, my own artistic instincts and influences are modulated as the active objects perform the work on behalf of the artist. Just as humans become passive at the moment when they face the sublimity of nature, in the system that has become nature itself, viewers begin to recall their memories or interpret phenomena based on their experiences.