From Artist's Statement, January 2021:
In order to delicately demonstrate and elicit the concerns about the future of humanity, the post-apocalyptic theme intrinsically offers the perfect photographic elements for the visual design of the artwork. I deliberately and keenly came back to and worked with the post- apocalyptic theme over and over again…. until the COVID-19 pandemic. Considering we’ve all been through an almost apocalypse-like situation during the pandemic, I’ve come to the conclusion that there’s no need to imagine a post-apocalyptic world anymore.
2-minute video. All of the artworks presented in this video were created during the Covid-19 pandemic. The pieces directly address the virus crisis and depict the different stages of the pandemic from January 2020 to February 2021 in chronological order.
From Artist's Statement, 2019-2020:
…. However, I’m not trying to find the most adequate color combination. I’m not actually after beauty or perfection. On the contrary, I deliberately destroy, demolish, deconstruct, and distort my images. I try to show the elegance in the non-beautiful, the stability in the unbalanced, and the charm in the imperfect. On the other hand, I care about composition and texture. They are the grammar of my artistic language.
...I do not wish my images to be evocative. I prefer my work to provoke the viewer into thinking and perceiving outside the generally accepted constructs of normality. Through my art, I hope that the audience will confront with the eternal dilemma of modernity and tradition, and the paradox between right and wrong.