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Drawing: Ballpoint Pen, Acrylic on Paper.
My artworks explore the human(my) mind and its scenery that may change every moment.
This work is a series of Daily Drawing as a picture diary that document my mind inside changing every moment in a visual form of 2D abstract art.
The process and concept of art-making are based on the idea of Hwek (a calligraphic brush stroke) from Eastern art and Automatism from Western. The form of this series of Daily Drawing is expanded from a daily diary note that may document daily story, event or things happened around during that day.
This combined conceptual methodology sometimes drives me or my hand to make corporal linear movements. This in my works may be able to produce infinitive moving lines, again these lines develop into figures, signs and symbols. Once these may randomly combine and come up on the plane, my mindscape may be explored as a 2D scenery with my personal but abstract visual language.
Those of my personal visual language appear as what I am interested in or get used to in my daily life. This work reveals a shape of a face that is made up of lots of randomly moving lines that might drive from my inside conscious or unconscious. So this work may describe my momentary condition when I was bringing my hand to the plane.
I usually demand materials that contain specific aspects such as flexibility, familiarity, mobility and ease for drawing or painting in daily life. Especially used materials include pencils, ball-point pens, oil-stick and acrylic with papers.
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