After I happened to find out that my parents had kept all of my childhood documents such as letters and journals, I fall into a habit of shredding or burning things that I read or wrote. However, shredding and burning also left a trace.
My work is about the memory which metamorphoses and gets forgotten as time passes.The moment defined as the present is overlapped with the past which continually clings to, and the past moment approaches in different scenes through the encounter with the new present. Main materials of my works are daily documents that I read and write, ash from burning these documents and used books discarded from the library, and books. My works have been expanded by the way of collecting and piling remnants left from the habitual act of dismantling documents. This work method shows lost memories experiencing generative metamorphosis in visual language. Through work in progress and future works, I would like to take it as an opportunity to rediscover and think about that oblivion or absence as another form of a memory is not necessarily returning to nothingness.