In the age of spectacular excesses that consume excessively produced images, people only learn what they need, and after a while, everything disappears from memory. Our brain stores a memory that is important when the capacity is full, and the memory that is thought to be unimportant is deleted. I have also been obsessed with memories that have remained in my head since I was a child, so I have just ignored other memories. I feel that not only me but also others forget the memory unconsciously, and I think more about social issues to communicate and agree with others. So I want to pull out one or two memories that have been unconsciously removed from my head or people.
When we are busy in the same everyday life, we often forget what we have and what we have.
Issues that have become socially significant issues usually disappear within two to three months.
So I started to think about social issues mainly by using media or media.
Of course, we did not want to move the media to the canvas as it was, but we wanted to use a quick brush or a light brush touch to move the boundaries between memory and imagination through unsafe shapes.
In addition, these media were not only used as a function of visual images that were recorded at a certain moment, but strangers in them were trying to reconstruct a new space on the canvas, somewhat separated from their specific situation and time.
I can think of the incident a little easier by using a familiar image, but I want to give the viewer a little room to think about the event through the shape of an unsafe person.
And the reconstructed screen gives the viewer a recollection and a new look of the moment, and the interpretation through the new look aims to give the viewer more freedom than to look at it with my own eyes.
I think the role of the artist should be to pick out what people want to remember while they are important.
I want to remind the memories that are easily forgotten through the reproduction of images.