My work is based on a form of life that pretends to be in complete silence. Both strength and fragility coexist there. I know a piece is completed when it exhibits life and death, action and rest, chaos and tranquility, pulse and stillness, a signal of some kind before it happens.

It is a moment in time, a second before the maestro draws the baton, or the point where the pianist sits down and places his hands on the keys of the piano, where the sound of the atmosphere already has been transformed before a note is even played.
My work is about sound from complete silence, stillness, and apprehension. It is exactly the beginning regardless of what proceeds next. Even if it is an interim, it already brings calm pleasure without a hint of negative energy.

I ask myself, “What is the meaning of ‘silence’? What is the beauty in life?” I am in a journey to create artwork with the help of the warmth of copper, strength in the pressure and delicacy of Intaglio, and the beauty of monochromatic color. The roots of my techniques are monochromatic photography and Asian Sumie (black ink brush painting). I also combine copper etching and continue to discover new ink blends.