H E R | 她
I value photography's capability to flatten the multi-dimensional world we observe with our eyes. Each flattened space resonates with an indiscernible experience that only resides in our minds: shame, desire, fear, or nostalgia. The quotidian objects in the images live in the intersection of a physical space and a virtual projected world, narrating these unobservable experiences. Each piece is a dialogue between the corporeal narrators and the incorporeal forms, and my past and present self.