During the multidisciplinary study at the Royal College of Art, I have tried various study options and got introduced of different learning and research methods, which challenged my perceptions and enabled me to think deeper in my art practice and myself.
Coming to the 5th project at RCA, I’m continuing creating artworks based on self-expression and discovering the relationship between human and space.
They asked me to cover it.
And I did it.
When I just moved to London, my friend asked me to join a life drawing workshop, I refused, “I have never drawn a naked person, I would feel shy. ” I didn’t expect that today I would spend 6 hours joining 2 life drawing workshops and felt “It’s not enough, I want more !”
I still remember at the 3rd week of school, I was so excited to show my acrylic painting to tutor Lee, he asked me point-blank: Why do you keep painting the same thing? Why can’t you open yourself and break your limitations?
This is my first lesson at school: find your art language in different ways.
Dualism or Monism?
Maybe Dualistic Monism?
At the end of the last project, I asked myself “Am I ready to accept more challenges, to explore more and be more critical?”
When I look back, the answer is yes, I did.
“Every man is born as many men and dies as a single one. ”
— Martin Heidegger