My paintings conceive a melange of mischief and seriousness. This, I believe, is coming from the childhood incident. I have lost my right eye sight when I was 7. I might have had such a fear of potential total blindness, which was well mixed up with playfulness of the childhood and naturally displayed in my work.
I have been preoccupied with the idea of visual perception and tried to catch things between what is seen and what is not seen. My paintings definitely have the form which bears, to some extent, abstractness. I would love my work to get caught first by physical vision and to be truly seen by real vision. It would be also great if my artwork is of help to get rid of social bias toward the physically challenged.