‘Craving for internal and external, dynamic moments'
We talk about 'eternity' and 'perfection' in our lives. However, there is no such thing as eternity and nothing is perfect in the world. Therefore, temporary moments may be more genuine than eternal moments.
Everything around us changes and moves driven by certain external power.
It may or may not be recognized by us. Only temporary relationships exist between each entity.
To describe such temporary relationships amid changes, I used a disposal material, vinyl. (I wanted to express momentary creativity.) By applying external power (heat) to the vinyl, I could describe its every dynamic moment. By the external constant power, vinyl moved in different ways each time and created accidental forms (crease). The crease gets pulled and pushed by surrounding crease, which formed a relationship. Such form is based on eliminated center stretched in all directions. I intended to describe the momentary creativity by using such form.