1. Look at masterpieces of art works with great artistry, uniqueness and high value, which the general public cannot dare to access. Where does the art value of masterpieces come from? It may be derived from their mastery and artfulness. However, it may stem from their originality and uniqueness. Or, it may come from the human desire to access masterpieces, which raises the value of the works exceedingly. I wonder what opinions the original creators of masterpieces have upon the skyrocketing art value of their works. It seems that new originalities, which are different to the originality of original works, might have only produced from ever growing human desires.
At this point, I am willing to dismantle originalities, auras, mastery and human desire of masterpieces. This leads to new creation of masterpieces through my works, which the general public can easily approach.
2. Why is there only the consonant of ‘Hangul’ on my works
On the original works, the consonant of ‘Hangul’ is not only stamped in the geometric hexagon and pentagon, but also transparently spread and embossed, glittering on the surface. The consonant of ‘Hangul’ cannot make its pronunciation or meaning itself, and has to meet with the vowel. Only the consonant of ‘Hangul’ exists on my works, so the audiences become the vowel and enjoy as they feel. In other words, my works can be completed through communication only when the works (consonants) meet viewers (vowels).