go_to_busycon_perversens
go_to_clam
go_to_crab
go_to_diatom
go_to_ectoprocta
go_to_eyelids
 
               
go_to_female_octopus
go_to_female_rotifer
go_to_flower
go_to_glomerulus
go_to_mammary_gland
go_to_mold
 
               
go_to_mothers
go_to_nephron
go_to_neuron
go_to_olfactory_cells
go_to_placenta
go_to_sea_urchin
 
               
go_to_snail
go_to_sporangia
go_to_squid
go_to_starfish
go_to_tongue
go_to_urogenital_system
 
 

Soft Tissue Series

Utilizing the western terminology and eastern philosophy, I re-interpret the meaning of organs. Components of organs and their relationship to each other reflect our life experience, how we accumulate memories, how we transport feelings and how we define our surroundings. (inventory for curators)

 
 
 
 
go_to_autonomic
go_to_lymph
go_to_eyeball
       
 

Soft Tissue II Series

This series continue the Soft Tissue series above. They are larger in scale and have minimun color.

 
 
 
 
 
go_to_status
go_to_prestige
go_to_treasure
go_to_expectation
go_to_grace
go_to_vacancy
 
 
go_to_assurance
go_to_agenda
go_to_trust
go_to_significance
go_to_value
go_to_homogeny
 
 
go_to_cling
go_to_etiquette
 
 

Animal Consumed Series

Tracing back to the Victorian era when men possessing wild animals as a symbol of courage and nobility, I present the distinction between innate ability in animals and power struggle in humans.

 
 
 
 
 
 
go_to_spatalk
go_to_rosie
go_to_community
go_to_mooseone
go_to_moosetwo
go_to_moosethree
 
 

Animal Interior Series

Inspired by the souvenir shops in National Parks, I re-arrange wild beasts in a domestic setting to draw the contrast between the natural and the artificial.

 
 
 
 
 
 
go_to_one
go_to_two
go_to_three
go_to_four
go_to_five
 
 

Bird and Bells Series

 
 
 
               
 
go_to_red_one
go_to_red_two
go_to_scented
go_to_summer
go_to_travellers
   
 

Catalog Series

 
 
 
 
 

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