not Head, but Hands and Feet

I do not face the canvas, but rather I ‘enter into’ it on the floor. First, I spread my feet, lower my body, and then draw arcs with my hands and feet. This is similar to the movements of Tai Chi Chuan. I don’t over-think things, but rather call upon power from outside myself by using my hands and feet. Then, something beyond my expectation happens there. It is not something built using my head, but rather is something that happens to appear through my hands and feet.
What I know about myself is only the tip of the iceberg. I would like to see the me I have yet to see.

Untitled 2007 Chinese ink, acrylic on canvas 60x60

Untitled 2007 Chinese ink, acrylic on canvas 60x60

Untitled 2007 Chinese ink, acrylic on canvas 60x60

Untitled 2007 Chinese ink, acrylic on canvas 60x60

Untitled 2007 Chinese ink, acrylic on canvas 60x60

Untitled 2007 Chinese ink, acrylic on canvas 60x60

Untitled 2017 Chinese ink, acrylic on canvas 63x60

Untitled 2017 Chinese ink, acrylic on canvas 63x60

Untitled 2017 Chinese ink, acrylic on canvas 63x60

Untitled 2017 Chinese ink, acrylic on canvas 63x60

Untitled 2007 Chinese ink, acrylic on canvas 50x50

Untitled 2007 Chinese ink, acrylic on canvas 50x50

Untitled 2017 Chinese ink, acrylic on canvas 122x72

Untitled 2017 Chinese ink, acrylic on canvas 122x72

Untitled 2017 Chinese ink, acrylic on canvas 145x125

Untitled 2017 Chinese ink, acrylic on canvas 145x125

Untitled 2017 Chinese ink, acrylic on canvas 145x125

Untitled 2017 Chinese ink, acrylic on canvas 145x125

Untitled 2017 Chinese ink, acrylic on canvas 125x100

Untitled 2017 Chinese ink, acrylic on canvas 125x100

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