The artist shot two impressionist style videos when she stayed at the art camp in Paris in 2008
Kuso-Pinky in Monet’s Garden: The artist uses her style to create a dialogue among Monet, daylight and the garden. The artist pays the master of Impressionism, Monet, homage with this piece.
Kuso-Picnic on the Grass: In a casual afternoon, two girls sit on grass, reading profound literature books, munching junk food and chatting. The montage used in the video forms a time-transcending contrast with Manet’s Le Dejeuner sur L'Herbe (Picnic on the Grass).
This series of work is narrative but also unclear in its structure. The artist keeps telling stories in a way that tries to make the stories clear but not too clear. The murmuring of the artist is surprisingly intriguing, and the audience can enter or leave the stories, which are the main elements of lifestyles in the globalized society, anytime they desire.