The essence of an artwork is to be everlasting, but at the same time I’ve always been concerned with how to create something permanent, lasting, artistically valuable from changing, fleeting materials. Freezing and protecting an easily degradable material, such as paper, seems like preserving one moment of transience and change forever.

Mixing materials is also an exciting issue for me: the sculptor’s will, his imagination is an ingredient, beyond one point he has to pay attention to happenstance. The interaction of the materials influences the result, therefore the artwork may be superior to the sum of its parts – that’s the way we can approach the entirety from the fragment.

As a result of these way-seekings, I am currently creating by using paper, glue, ceramic dollop and resin. Four different materials, many ways to express myself.