Project: 10 Year
While waiting for the visa for Japan, we went to Korea. We visited a museum in Seoul and saw great light installations. My husband took a picture of me with one of the works.
Being photographed by someone, I’m looking at the person rather than the lens. I often feel awkward when getting my picture taken by a professional photographer. In the drawing, my gaze is neutral. It shows how comfortable I was looking at him without any additional effort with an unnatural smile.
I often stare at the light in the house. When the light shines into the house, it shows it’s obstacles as a shadow. Many times, I want to draw or paint those moments but they usually don’t linger long. So I just stare at it or take a picture if I have a camera with me at that moment. Shortly after, a new light comes in with a different shadow or disappears.