I grew up next to Tokyo, a metropolis in Japan, and became interested in painting from the familiar draws of my life under the influence of games, comics, and other subcultures.
The theme of distance measurement, a theme, has been adopted in many art projects working with local communities and companies in modern society. At the same time, we are trying to create stories from conversations created in the process of work creation and apply them to various fields at the same time.
In particular, the concept of my abstract painting is to stimulate the experience and emotions of the viewer and measure the distance between the minds so that the viewer can recognize the place where she is. The scenery reflected from the viewer's experience through the work is a measure of the familiar place to live.