Coming from an international background, with educational experiences in Hong Kong, Japan, the United Kingdom, Canada, and the United States, I am interested in how everyday physical materials carry different meanings across diverse cultures. I animate these materials with kinetic gestures to explore my thoughts and curiosity as well as to engage the innate human capacity through motion perception.
By animating recognizable objects in unexpected ways, I establish tension between concrete and abstract realities that challenge our conceptual perception. Viewers are encouraged to draw on their own experience of the mundane to generate narrative and meaning. My work animates poetic images, narratives, and compositions. It disrupts, measures, slows or stores time and space by activating strong associations or memories we have and reconstructing them from new perspectives.