As an interdisciplinary artist, Jimmy is constantly delving into the complex interplay between virtual and real worlds, exploring the essence of humanity and truth.
He loves exploring the significance of speculative design in today's design landscape and discussing how the combination of art and technology will stimulate public debate and the ethical issues faced therein. Jimmy puts these thoughts into his projects such as the TeleFood Project, which explores the possibility of food as a bridge between the virtual and the real, and Armpit Kingdom, which seeks to experiment with the possibility of adding an olfactory experience to VR interactions.
In his recent research, he seeks to find a way to resolve the conflict between Eastern medical culture and Western science through an animistic interpretation of the Reishi's application. By immersing himself in non-human centered experimental practices and employing techniques like photogrammetry and VR technology, Jimmy’s study of Animism seeks to challenge any tangible entity with intangible emotions, cultures and souls, and to question the unquestionable nature of reality and truth.