A Garden in the Cloud
This more than 300-layer screenprint work registers my interest/approach as a duo of matrix and symbol, image and imagery, which applies as much digital reconfiguration as human manoeuvre, resulting in its own visual language between a video game puzzle and a handcraft garden plan. With botanical love, the screen prints in triptych realise a possible landscape that “dwells” on a web or “loads” from a Cloud.
From light to ink, the accumulated layers and a slowly emerged image respond to my “drifting” across continents and my “digital hoarding” through the years. At a heated corner of my laptop there is the overflow of virtual material that exhausts itself from more than enough, just like my memory – running out itself, being lost, being displaced, then leaving the last space for the important.