In this stage, I added the concept of fractals and organic matters as well as observations on cities in ruins. I have started to think of the connection and conversation between myself, society and the environment.
I grew up in an ordinary Taiwanese family. After mother passed away when I was 19 years of age, drawing became a gateway to escape from sorrow and pain. For many years, continuous self-exploration and learning has allowed me to change my perspective of artistic creation towards the relation between “I” and “the world”.
The content of my artwork is primarily to discuss human psychology and sociology while adding elements of dreams. Through persistent painting work, I have developed my own philosophy of life. My works are largely composed of points and lines. Each stroke guides the viewer through a journey of discovery and self-reflection. My ultimate desire is to provide the viewer an experience of “Déjà vu” and enable him or her to transform this feeling into a personal emotion.