In my personal creations, I am passionate about expressing two types of fantasy elements. The first type is the tangible representation of sharp objects, such as sea urchins, nails, thorns, and so on. The second type are wet and viscous, different sorts of liquids such as tears, blood, dew, and so on. These two categories respectively express my understanding of harm and desire.
I am not an optimist and do not believe that there is anything permanent about human affairs and emotions. This permeates the form of my artwork, and I use strong and intense colours to emphasise the contradictions at the core of tragedy. These two typologies of expression within which I excel are difficult to incorporate into the commercial demands of the public. I can only manifest them in personal projects. In each personal creation, I approach it as a proposition. I first develop the literary content before creating the visuals. For example, I created a series of personal works centred around the theme of Flower and Nail this past March and aimed to achieve unity between the concepts and visual aesthetics. In this project, I downplayed techniques and instead focused on elevating the true intensity of my expression.