As we age and build our experiences, we accumulate nameless matters within ourselves. Those matters are nameless feelings and unverbalized emotions that eventually get
suppressed and forgotten, distorting our mind and psychological body. The lack of words to analyze and digest such mattes causes hidden small traumas that we dare not tell. My work is a way to
ooze out the traumas so that the wound in time becomes a mundane mark that simply reminds us of personal narratives quietly nesting inside.