My greatest inspirations always come from direct observations of the physical environment that I experience. Using realism as my primary tool, I make works that stage man-made objects and other human traces extracted from often conflicting cultural contexts together, to create an unsettling picture of an ambiguous space. Taking up the role like a mailman, I transport and deliver written languages, iconography, and imagery of urban landscapes from places where I have lived, with minimum alterations of their original form, into one single composition. By doing so, I create unusual visual documentations that are set to induce the audience to question the logic and reason behind the existence of any artifact they would find interesting in my work.
The subjects of my work are often found dancing in between personal, emotionally charged, and broad, politically charged realms. And sometimes the two would become inseparable. In a way, my works are essentially recounts of my subjective experiences of multiple artificial spaces, in which the commonalities and differences present in the way we think and act in our respective social and political environments would manifest upon close examination and contemplation.