I have been studying traditional Chinese painting since my childhood because of the influence of my family. It was not until I came to University of the Arts London that I came into contact with contemporary art for the first time. It attracted me from the moment I came into contact with it, and I even felt had a sense of mission. Thus I do hope that more people can see my paintings and feel temporary peace and ease.
We don't just exist in the world we live in. We make our existence meaningful through experimentation and personal experience. Exploring the world as a human being, whether it's our daily lives or our relationships with people or animals, is imbued with these two basic attributes of identity and conflict. No matter whether the two sides of the conflict are interdependent or interrelated, my work hopes to show the interconnection of the inner transformation like our own through fluidity, sharpness and overlap to reflect the inner unity among the inner most profoundly. Even though we all have our own ideas and standards of how we look at things, it is these differences that make our world more polychrome.