Based in The UK
What do you aim to say by the themes in your art?
The action of using body to touch as many objects as possible in the space is explored in Merging, which shows how self cannot accept the distinction between the body and everything else and the desire of merging the body with all the surroundings to achieve the sense of unity.
Where does your inspiration come from?
The visualisation is influenced by Rebecca Horn’s body extension work, especially the gloves, which makes me think about the need of contacting the space all the time.
Do you have any experiences that have impacted your art?
My previous “relationship” has impacted this work where I realise that I cannot accept the disconnection from other. The inability to accept the loss makes me unable to become a being.
Do you feel your art challenges existing barriers?
I think the feature of my art is that I do not really focus on visual effects that most photography work does, although it can be important to help convey the ideas. I still care more about the content.
What are your long-term artistic goals?
My goal is to address emotions we have difficulty dealing with, to help ourselves understand those issues better and create a stronger connection in the society.
What advice do you have for aspiring artists?
Keep doing it and don’t be afraid of trying.