Based on a drifting process, I sense the invisible interactions between psychology and environments.
This free mode of exploration inspired by psychogeography
is the creative source in the development of abstract paintings.
An open-ended map in psychogeography refers to a map
that is not rigidly structured or limited to specific information.
It includes personal and emotional associations that
help to get subjective interpretations of the environment.
I engage in meaningful connections between individuals and the places they inhabit.
My experimental art, named 'geographic abstraction,' challenges the creative norms.