If I could describe my current work in three words, I think it would probably be interdisciplinary, storytelling and image research. In my work, I often use images and sound to convey the themes I am trying to narrate, as I believe that sensibly engaging the multiple sensory stimuli of the viewer can make my work more accessible. I have previously interviewed Tibetan youths and compiled over 100,000 words of interviews and created a secondary work, which through oral narration allows me to better research. I often look to myself and the people around me for inspiration, as human beings themselves have many subjects that are very worthy of observation and research. In my practice, I start by dissecting the subject I am working on, because the beginning of creation is always messy and I want to be able to disperse different branches from each small point, and then find similarities and differences in the different branches and classify them for study. It seems to me that every process we document is an integral part of art, and this has always been the methodology of my work. Combining colour with abstract forms and combining traditional cultural elements with contemporary art to create more possibilities is something I have always pursued.
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