My work takes the form of “Projects” in which I make use of a rich variety of media such as performance, video, photography, and installation. In the early stage of every work, I typically conduct a lot of research. Through the meticulous study of art history, anthropology, history, literature, and other disciplines, and through the use of complex, refined rhetoric, I gradually build a world with its own internal narrative logic. Each of my works is not only a blunt presentation of research documents, but involves a thorough, in some ways subjective, and always innovative reexamination of the authenticity and validity of those archives. In addition, I will usually fabricate some visualized realities conforming to my presuppositions and reontextualizations.
I hope to develop a new, locally grounded and site-specific project. For this I would like to explore “island myths,” and I would create several new works on the basis of their modes of transmission through storytelling, conducting a visualized literary practice.