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There was a time when I accidentally dropped my camera while experimenting with time exposure in the middle of a forest on Jeju Island. The unexpected outcome inspired me and became the starting point of this project. The pictorial images emerged from the mixtures of light and nature, which change according to the time exposure and the camera's movements. I controlled the camera's movements as if I was using a brush, and the speed of the shutter was adjusted as if it controlled the concentration of pigments called light and nature. The pictures that resulted from performative movements with the camera resembled Jackson Pollock's Action Paintings.


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