In the painting realm, simple marks such as brushstroke, drips, or spray, are made use of. Theircommon function is to reflect the process of my work production. Through the interaction between arms and painting tools, the visual effect could be considered as a record of the bodily movement. The simpler the rule of bodily movement is, the easier it is to trace the painting process.Even though I try to minimize the process of forming the visual effect, the rules of moving my painting arm may still metaphysically linkto the characters of Oriental culture.
During the process of moulding, a sculptural effect presented in either concrete or negative space, can be easily used to trace the way of my art production. In the interaction between arms and moulding tools, the concreteness or emptiness of space could be considered as a three- dimensional record of the bodily movement. The simpler the rule of bodily movement is, the more specific the abstracted process will be. Either in the moulding shape or the process of movement, a sexual sign, may stillunconsciously leak back.
Regarding the application of human presence in art, some biological characters such as fingerprint or footprint, is commonlypresented as an element of visual effect. On the other hand, through the use of transparency of glass and reflection of mirror, the successive movement of body, including fingers andfeet, couldbe wholly demonstrated. Therefore, the interaction between human presence and glass/mirror is the creative combination in my practice.The simple movement of fingers and feet could be considered as the basic presentation of human mind and body intentions. However, the rhythm in the moving process may be influenced by the traditional discipline for behaviours.