Fluid in This Body Be covered Be blurry Be lucid They are repeated They are fluid in this body How much painfulness you undergo Seeing who left  who is leaving through remained imageries How much you can see by that To experience pain but get released which is the end of memories

Investigate Silent Critique

The relationship between image and memory runs through this ongoing project. I have been investigating what is the mnemonic thing in my photography. Memory could be explicit and implicit for individuals; in the meantime, the collective memories are cultural and communicative, which is drawn from the research of form and function of memory. The memory … Continue reading Investigate Silent Critique

Photographing – A Speculative Setting Up

Transfer and Layer the peeled-off Imagery Peeling off process is random and dynamic. Some imageries would stick with dry glue film and leave from the original image, but other would not. These 'selecting' imageries formed a novel part. after peeling off photographs hanging up and peeled-off piecesoverlapping After Peeling off This peeled-off imagery is placed … Continue reading Photographing – A Speculative Setting Up

Overview of the Forms and Functions of Memory – Terminology Research

Memory is the faculty of the brain by which data or information is encoded, stored, and retrieved when needed. It is the retention of information over time for the purpose of influencing future action. If past events could not be remembered, it would be impossible for language, relationships, or personal identity to develop. Memory loss is usually described as forgetfulness or amnesia.Memory is often understood as an informational processing system with explicit and … Continue reading Overview of the Forms and Functions of Memory – Terminology Research

Pathway Trip – Galleries in London

It was a great opportunity to have a visiting in varied galleries spreading centre and east of London. In this fine art pathway trip, we have been different scale of galleries and art studios for whole day. Various artwork presents in gallery using a range of techniques and media. From the point of curation, I … Continue reading Pathway Trip – Galleries in London

Experimentation III / Material on My Body

Emotion and Memory of Material The flexibility of PVA glue presents the notion of material memory. The interaction between the materials and my body reveals emotional quality. This is changing my recognition of material and how to 'draw' with that in my art practice. The experimentation is more action related; it happed with objects. Question … Continue reading Experimentation III / Material on My Body

Experimenting II / from the ‘Failure’ Lecture

After Session Thoughts In the Failure session on Friday, I attempted to turn my previous artwork/object into a failure. I chose the a string of bottle from Manifesto project, and cut the thread among them. I used the PVA glue pouring on the bottles. The process of disassembling and reassembling enable me to understand 'failure' … Continue reading Experimenting II / from the ‘Failure’ Lecture

Artists and Their Work through the Contemporary Galleries – 12th Trip

photographed beside the window of the gallery Art Space in London I had a great opportunity to seek for some contemporary practitioner in order to progress my critical research for the Investigate project. In this full-day research trip, we had many conversations with tutors around artists' work in varied galleries of London concerning how the … Continue reading Artists and Their Work through the Contemporary Galleries – 12th Trip

Experimenting I / Projection in My Bedroom

How to Present My Photographs The intimacy, sexuality and everyday objects, these domestic elements irresistibly catch my eye when I go through and think back most of my photographs. Since Artefact project, I have been investigating the relationship between image and memory. How I perform in my video present the process that photograph shreds interacted … Continue reading Experimenting I / Projection in My Bedroom