Through the world reflected on the surface of the water (mirror surface), I represent the point of contact between myself and others, the real world and the virtual world, East and West, and other conflicting worlds.

To express the point of contact, I use stainless steel as the surface of the water. This work was born from the realization that water surfaces and mirrors have existed since ancient times to look at oneself. In the work reflecting the shaking surface of the water, it appears to be distorted, unlike the world on this side. It can be taken as an impression of the existence that we imagine to be in conflict with our own. However, what is projected is yourself. The being I thought was the other is often a mirror of myself. This series reflects the point of contact between conflicting concepts, while at the same time affirming their mutual existence.