I am an interdisciplinary, mixed-media artist. My practice is influenced by philosophical phenomenological theories and the auditioned language of film expression, developing into films and installations that combine aspects of painting and photography.
My work often explores the hidden but pervasive phenomena of modern society from a surreal perspective, blurring the boundaries between reality and fantasy by establishing connections between the on-screen and off-screen.
During my time at Uclan, I developed and learnt a variety of new technical skills such as ceramics, printmaking, using other software such as Photoshop, Premier Pro, After Effects and Procreate. And I have developed my curatorial and communication skills as I have been involved in curating exhibitions.
My art practice is based on my experiences and feelings in daily life, reflecting on the relationship between the sense of “being” and life.
I focus on everyday objects and commuting tools. They are everywhere, and humans work constantly in this vast system. This cycle and numbness bring me a sense of both reality and insanity. I try to mimic the existence of everyday things with paintings and installations, capturing with images those familiar but strange moments and gestures of human interaction with the environment, presenting the homogeneity of everyone’s life and the sense of absurdity that comes with it.
Keywords: Film, Identity, Experimental, Illusion, Urban Space, Being
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