Fragmental Lights aims to capture the moment when transform my drawn or painted images into a new virtual realm.
Ordinarily, rays of light in the physical world are untouchable. When experiencing manmade virtual landscapes, I found a similarity in the virtual environment, a penetrable light. One important discovery I made through this project is that objects in 3D environments also have the ability to penetrate and move through each other. My explorations of this ability can be seen in ‘Fragmental Lights,’ where multiple figures and features exist within the natural wilderness. By incorporating this, viewers are allowed to immerse themselves in this circumstances with paintings and virtual reality. Through this project, I aim to let my paintings show elements resting in the space, located in the blank canvas between the tangible and the intangible.