Academically, my research incorporates contemporary approaches to audio and visual art with aspects of traditional East Asian music and aesthetics. I am interested in combining original, sample-free electronic music with edited video and digital animation. Currently, I am exploring ways of creating a calming, tranquil sensory experience through audio and visual art.
How have traditional East Asian arts developed in modern society?
How does technology influence the way artists view traditional arts and aesthetics?
In what ways are live instruments different from electronic versions?
Are electronic versions of traditional instruments "traditional" in any aspect, and why?
How can individuals perceive themselves within an environment in new ways?
Can a soothing sensory experience help neurodiverse individuals, and how?
How are moments of silence and spaces of emptiness valuable to art and society?