My art represents my interpretation of and hopes for the everyday social phenomena I observe. Often my installations center on themes of “home” and “family.” I hope my work makes people more aware of issues regarding their surroundings and encourages them to communicate more.
 I hope that dialogues with my works will engage viewers' minds and memories. As I am also interested in the beauty of things evolving over time, some of my works change according to where and how long they are displayed.
 Along with my artwork, I plan and direct educational projects for children. I have been doing art workshops since I was a teenager. I hope these activities will contribute to making a better artistic environment for children in the future.