A kuso (non-sense) and contradictory parable coming from that part of a collective experience is picked, constructed and then assembled, the immigration and reengineering of foreigner cultures, and the chaotic internal disunion of individual spirit and sentiment.
The civic phenomena at our age is like a battle between creature/non-creature, recreating/non-creating. We human beings as an entity with conscious, must take new solution to face this combat with dilemma. We cannot simply wait passively for being rescued, instead, we have to understand and confront the dilemma: in the wrestling between fungi and human beings, a circle of attacks and fighting for control leads is an unavoidable fate.
What I sense from everyday life inspires me to develop my art creating with shapes of virus and fungi. I feel the virus world is the best interpretation to the relationship between life and art creating. What has been described in my artworks is what I am at this point; What stated in my artworks is a present processing tense to me: nothing is absolutely settled. The only thing for sure is that my artworks will continuingly present what I sense from the different situations I confront and how I react from what I sense. In the future without much prediction, things keep happening as I am getting to change. Each changing moment needs to be preserved through restless creating process.
The term “kuso” is first used by Japanese cartoon industry, which literately means “d*mn.” Later on this term is referred to a subculture on internet world. Kuso can be best described as a type of kitsh culture and often against mainstream value on contemporary society. To those baby bombers, kuso seems to be lack of logic.