Drift from Outside to Inside, Inside to Outside 
Drifting from Outside to Inside, Inside to Outside crafts an ambiguous, self-contradictory space. Direction, represented by the symbolic use of the paper plane, is characterized as an inherent human desire. However, the chaotic and confusing manipulation of the planes presents that desire as elusive if not ultimately unattainable. This piece is concerned with exploring these problematic, conflicting relationships. In another instance, the juxtaposition of Korean text with video of the American cityscape establishes the artist's position as being an insider and outsider to both localities. These multiple layers of suggested meaning render the symbols both richer and more ambiguous, encouraging psychological reflection on the part of the viewer.