The photography for me is, a manner of approaching the questions of natural science, such as:
“What is the interface between Living things and the other?”
“What is the Nature of artificial things like architectures, industrial materials, and cities?”
To find insights into the above propositions, I make an observation about the object in relation to my thesis in order to find out the unknown facets. After that, a series of photographs are taken and compiled, much like figures in a natural history book, and through induction, we are able to reach a conclusion about the nature of the object. It represents the relation between audiences and the environment surrounding people living today.
When I create a piece of work, my focus is on finding suitable methods to express the concept of thesis. In that process, I make lots of experiments to combine traditional artwork techniques with modern technology including photography itself. As a result of the experiments, incidentally-found novelty can be sometimes come from my photographs. The emerging photographs have the beauty of a perfect figure from an excellent scientific research paper. My aim is to continue to strive to create such an ideal photograph and to give it back to society.