When I first came to school and before I started making art, the first thing I did was to make a list of what I liked and dislike. For me, who had never tried anything in the field of studio art before, even finding what I am interested in was a tough thing to do. Then I thought, "Let's tell a story that only I can tell in my work." One cannot sympathize 100 percent with others anyway, but one can enjoy the story. Then, instead of sympathizing at all, I decided to make a work that is hard to understand, so that everyone who sees it can think of different things depending on the life they have been through. This is how I started abstract art. I have mainly used various colors to create works that do not directly deliver answers. The same goes for my work in this exhibition. The three paintings are composed of series, and there is a common big theme of flowers, but the contents of them are only about me and only about them for viewers who interpret my work. I will call this a different way of communication through common media. It's also related to me coming to other countries to study, and living with people of different cultures and languages in my background.