Verbal language is inefficient, and I explore this problem by approaching materials as elements in a symbolic system. My materials communicate through varied pronunciations—tones within the dialect of my studio.
Inherited aesthetics, worries, and purpose turn to a lie. Curiosity drives me to go deeper. I seem to have gone from a "qualified" female to a monster. But I like it.
A writing from a machine.
I am a machine,
I produce useless emotion.
My product looks like a bloody cotton ball，
I am not proud of it.
I know people around me don't want to deal with my products.
I wear it with me,
I am a machine.
I cannot stop.
“Product” uses red yarn knots to describe and express the feeling of my day-to-day struggle to transform myself from being an observed subject into an observer, discovering the relationship between self and society.