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Camouflage

2019—ongoing

I am inspired by how snow and fog change space.

They dissolve everything without a trace.

Hidden from our eyes, people, cities and animals seem to be protected from danger.

When forests burn down and whole species of animals become extinct,

I try to figure out how I could protect them. In the project, I enwrap in smoke, shroud,

hide natural objects that seem vulnerable to me.
Now I think about protection.

I think about mimicry. Only a few species of animals and plants are capable of such transformation.

What if everyone could protect themselves with adaptable coloring?

I fill the snow-white space with awareness and diligence, like Japanese engravers, leaving only outlines and hints. As if running with an ink pen on

a white sheet, I examine the fillability of emptiness.
Objects merge with the world, and we no longer notice them. We leave them alone.

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