In the summer of 2017, a two-month lingering in Germany made me think seriously about my true motivation of pursuing a career in science. The direction of my life path has thus shifted drastically from science to art. Three years of chemistry studying has guided me to explore the microscopic facets of the world, which continues to influence my present observations and reactions in life.
Combining with previous experiences, my inclination is to magnify the momentary subtleness and transient peace usually being sheltered by daily triviality. Playing with both natural and artificial materials encourages me to capture the contingency in their unexpected reaction. Through my work, I question the natural textures and physical properties of objects, use them to build new fabrics, and endow them my understanding of their histories.