DESCRIPTIONI wanted to use photography as a therapeutic process to document a self-healing process, and I chose to start with symptoms of social phobia, social phobia, mental cleanliness, and repeated hand washing.
At first, I chose to record with a regular camera, some places where I felt bacteria were growing in my daily life. But to reinforce the gap in time and more precipitated information. For example, my cleanliness was born when I was in junior high school, so if I wanted to go back to some distant memory eight to nine years ago, I think Polaroid and film cameras and Polaroid can give an image a sense of time and specificity.
I am a photographer with cleanliness symptoms, I may travel through many different people in the future, looking at their bright and shiny appearance, but my inner world is actually full of all kinds of colors, this kind of tiny world, which may not be felt by others. Therefore, I also chose to take on most of the duties in this shoot by myself. For example, I wanted to continue some of the ideas that I didn't finish when I was studying fashion and fashion design prep for the styling aspect. I was able to add a richer element to my images by using digital image collage and hand drawing.
Although I have this uneasy state of mind, worrying about how I will react when germs from various people or things come into contact with my body, it's incredible how often I forget about the existence of many imaginary germs when I get into a severe state of shooting. So photography for me is really like Yayoi Kusama's ability to paint, heal me, and keep me company.