Song Of The Wind
Our lives are undergoing many changes due to COVID-19. It's hard to go out freely right now, and I can't travel, which was considered the joy of life in my daily life. Masks are becoming a necessity for everyday life, and they are changing into vaccinations several times rather than once. When can this situation end? The time spent every day has accumulated, and a year has passed, and it has become two years.
Life is changing, and the world is full of chaos. In this situation, I wanted to talk about our longing for freedom. Rather than the direct appearance of people and things, we practiced coming out through unknown weeds, small stones, flowing streams and wind sounds, and animals to confirm our existence. I spend a lot of time talking to trivial objects and learn how to coordinate things and become one with things and immerse them. Through this, I was able to capture the longing for freedom that I wanted to express. Sometimes I was able to give more meaning to the basic idea of things while capturing the beauty of seeing them with my ears and hearing them with my eyes. By capturing our lives that are not eternal, our beings that are about to disappear, and our desire for freedom on the frame, we made us think of eternity at the moment when it was stopped.