Wabi-Sabi is a combination of twos; wabi — the loneliness of living in nature, remote from society; and sabi — chill, lean or withered. The word describes an aesthetic of imperfect, impermanent and incomplete beauty. Characteristics of the wabi-sabi aesthetic include asymmetry, asperity (roughness or irregularity), austerity, intimacy and appreciation of the ingenuous integrity of natural objects and processes.
In my work, wabi-sabi means ‘the bloom of time’. It implies natural progression-tarnish, rust the extinguished gloss which once sparkled. It’s the understanding that beauty is fleeting. The idea was interpreted into the story of uncertain of human body. Even the beauty of human body in general perception are ‘young, fresh and flashy’, I try to present a beauty of things imperfect, impermanent, incomplete and unconventional.