For the work "I Count the Days of Flying", the artist used a paragraph, hoping to further connect the dialogue between the work and the viewer: "Flying, for humans! It can be a wonderful fact. Without wings, you can The pride of flying can also be between facts, fantasies, dreams, and reveries. The meaning of flying moves between facts and dreams, just like facts happen on the timeline, and then we count and collage those past and present , the future . . . constitute new facts.”
More visible elements in the works: watermark woodcut, plant texture, water vapor, graffiti. On the whole, there is also a transitional atmosphere from 1D to 3D between the embossing of paper and the shaping of acrylic board. The author uses woodcut as a medium, an extension of painting, a combination of print and sculpture, and extends to the subtle concept of space. With the help of the scribbles left by the knife instead of the pen, the traces of the material and objects, and the visual sense of touch, he pays attention to and assembles the scattered blocks, stacks and shapes the works, and gives them new styles.
The author intends to make the work no longer be discussed as a single type, positioned as sculpture or painting, but to open up the breadth of perception and discussion for the viewer, and to open up a wider space for thinking and creation. I also often use the sense of flow as a concept to capture the natural shapes that inspire me every day and turn them into creative elements. When the nature and shape of the work are ambiguously between painting, printing, and sculpture, the static works that seem to flow slowly , the vitality in it also arises spontaneously, and it is intended to create such a perceptual situation for the viewer, so as to evoke the distant proximity between the spirit and the perceptual experience.