The idea for this exhibition came about through a study on things that can be easily found
in everyday life. I wanted to examine the aesthetic choices in ordinary objects that we
normally take for granted. The object I chose to examine in detail was a “chair,” because
chairs are so omnipresent that we barely even see them. Interpreting the idea of a “chair”
through my own aesthetics, I came up with pieces that are sometimes experimental and sometimes realistic.

The meaning in this artistic process doesn’t simply revolve around the final pieces I created
but includes every moment— from the time I started looking closely at the formal elements
of a “chair” to the time of this exhibition in which the works I designed are displayed. I wish to suggest that aesthetics apply not only to fine art or design, but upon close investigation can
be found in every object in daily life.