The fourth day of My Portfolio Week.
oday is the third day of My Portfolio Day. The theme is about digital energy.
I want to invite people to my dinner table who are suffering from being trapped in an isolated space. Of course, it does mean not a physical space but a space in the picture.
As a child, I lived in a city. All the time, I breathed smoky smoke profoundly and heard the car's horn sound several times a day. And I grew up seeing crowded people on the street all the time.
One day when I saw a hydrangea, the flower was beautifully mixed with purple and blue, and it looked as if each flower leaf would turn into a butterfly and fly away. In an instant, an image was drawn in my head, and I immediately ran to the studio.
Here is an angel named Justice. He also wants to fly according to the wishes of many people. And everyone wants to see the angel. How wonderful it would be to see angels flying in the sky. But the angel can't go any further, trapped in the many prejudices created by people who want Justice but indeed don't really want it.
He has no arms, so he can't remove the twisted wire from which he is trapped. The angel has no arms because he cut them himself off. He pulled his arms by force because doesn't want to lean right or left. But instead, his righteous heart prevents him from clearing the obstacles in front of him. Just because it's good doesn't ironically fight more evil.
Have you ever looked up at a magnificent building from top to bottom when visiting a metropolitan area like New York or Seoul? Sometimes it seems that an artificial environment controls us. When I walk the streets of New York, I often feel overwhelmed by its grandeur and splendor. Then whenever I see the beautiful red geraniums planted around the restaurant, I feel a little relieved. There is a force that such a colossal building gives.
So I changed the viewpoint this time. That is a top-down view. The center of the river opens like an iris, and light leaks out. The light
In a situation where civilization or technology was not as developed as it is recent, people had spread their imaginations in search of what their hearts could depend on against unpredictable events such as natural disasters. In a way, I think that modern technical development may have originated from such a same mind. For example, in a dire situation that cannot be predicted every minute in the stock market, experts still try to anticipate and prepare somehow.
Myungja Anna Koh