"Horror Vacui: Cat and Screen"
"I admire the physicist who spends a great amount of time proving mathematically that one would make exactly the same amount of noise unwrapping a candy bar in a darkened theater whether one does it fast or slow. I am attracted to phenomena that are seemingly too absurd to be taken seriously or too ordinary to be noticed. I am drawn to trivial and forgotten objects.
My choice of subject matter relates to my own existential perception. As I often feel rather powerless and invisible in contemporary society, these forgotten objects seem to be ciphers for a state of being akin to mine. The moment one acknowledges the presence of something, a notion of its meaning begins. It becomes visible. I practice my own desire to be visible by focusing my sympathy towards trivial things. The focus of my work has been to transform insignificant objects into something beautiful, to invoke a renewed curiosity in the viewer, and to provide a perpetual amusement in the viewer's life.
In my horror vacui series, I print imperfect or damaged objects such as old plywood panels with lots of knotholes and cracks or screen window with full of holes and I adorn these imperfections with decorative patterns."