I am an artist and my biggest inspiration is Piccaso's ”Weeping Woman,”In which it seemed the spirit of the woman was collapsing.The facial expression of the woman was greatly impsessire to me.The painting synpathized with my spirit when I was ten years old.
I had always had a suicidal feeling, living in the society and school life where emotions were oppressed. It was only fashion which released my feelings, and I started cutting and sewing clothes, like I was trying to explore my identity. It did not give me feeling I was doing art, but I eventually began seeking for a career in art because I wanted to express the process of choosing, buying, wearing and dumping.
I believe clothes are like part of your body, something that holds one's emotions and philosophy.
My early works I have released include dolls with expressionless faces which were made with ripped women's clothes or stockings, to express the apprehension about buying and selling identity.All this time, I have created my works always looking at construction and destruction of identity.
I think art is something that can suggest another kind of values to people.My works are not of fantasy but the of the reality.