My artworks, mainly explore the possible meanings behind visual symbols and experiences, the societal values, and the linguistic habitus created by arrays of several types of products in the consumer society. I intend to utilize a sense of humor as a strategy to reinterpret the items that surround us in our daily lives. Absurdity and comical misreading allow the ideas and received ideas derived from the work to cross, transform, and recombine. Rigid, calcified methods of understanding the world here produce multiple roads or detours by which new opportunities are found. In other words, the understanding of what the products and items mean, in their involvement in aesthetics, give free play to the inertia of experience and cognition, and thereby produce difference in meaning. By doing this, my art practice discusses a shifting aesthetic experience between sensation and rational thinking: a paradoxical moment. By investigating this aesthetic experience, a dialogue is established, which I call Relaxed-Aesthetics. In this respect, Relaxed-Aesthetics is my criteria for making artworks. Simultaneously, Relaxed-Aesthetics is my methodology for both theories and art practices.

In terms of developing Relaxed-Aesthetics, as a research-based artist, Relaxed-Aesthetics intends to investigate a moment, whose description proves difficult through any form of language, i.e. speaking and written words. By utilizing artworks as visual metaphors of a reflection of conceptual framework, a visual account of this uncertain and ambiguous moment is demonstrated and developed. Furthermore, as an artist-based researcher, locating my practice works in discussing Jacques Derrida and Jean Baudrillard’s writing. Relaxed-Aesthetics aims to extend a parallel discussion, which involves practical knowledge and visual aspect, responding to theoretical accounts. This thinking allows written text to have greater flexibility in the sense that it can be adapted to art practice and theories at the same time. All in all, from the artist's viewpoint as a starting point, I aim to develop a construction of visual metaphor as aesthetics and one potential methodology in practice-based research, by exploring Relaxed-Aesthetics.