In recent years, I have mainly been painting landscapes that contain "Death" based on my belief that I can achieve an inner world that could not be expressed in the traditional pictorial language by interposing programming language into it. I also use a wide range of digital technologies such as 3DCG and image processing software to create paintings with a new sense of inspiration (like a sixth sense).

Two reasons led to such a production method. First, I was influenced by the fact that I originally obtained a degree in a university to learn broadly about digital media and then majored in oil painting at an art university. Second, it is because I believe that the value of pursuing in this age the issue of relationships between the metaphor and symbols, which can be said to be the basic structure of paintings, lies in mediation by digital technology. While this is in reference to the widely known structural question of whether language was born of or gives birth to one's inner nature, it can be said that a painting, when applied upon, is not necessarily an expression of the painter's inner nature, but rather has a complexity that arises within the viewer when it is created. I use the term pictorial language to refer to the latter, which does not include abduction in the process of creation, making it difficult to discover one that has not yet been recognized by people due to its long history. Therefore, by interposing a programming language, which requires abduction due to its nature as a language, the possibility of an unknown type of pictorial expression is made immanent.