My work responds to my understanding of destiny and my exploration of good fortune through the Koi carp.
In the age of the internet, many people put their wishes on koi and post pictures of them on social media platforms to pray for good luck. The same is true for me, I often put my wishes on koi through social media platforms. Over time, I began to think about why I had developed this behavior, and what the meaning of koi, good luck, the future, and other symbols meant to me. What is destiny? How do I get good luck? Can koi bring me good luck? I began to experiment with visual language to find answers to my questions.
For different people, with different backgrounds and experiences, everyone is an individual and speaks his or her own language, and we communicate and connect with others through an event or a vehicle, a "multilingual drama" is played out in our lives every day.
In my practice, the girl put her wishes on the Koi, often posting pictures of them and writing down her wishes on social media in hopes that the Koi would bring her luck. Over time, she connects and communicates with the koi through this behavior, creating a language that sustains their relationship. Gradually, the koi is transformed from a single image of a fish to a materialization of the girl's inner world, a mirror image of her search for good luck in life.
In her dream, she meets a koi that can speak. They talk to each other, ask each other questions about each other's world, they talk about destiny, rituals, life, kites, the unknown...