Invisible linen




This work uses images of things that have lines in them in everyday life to represent lines. But why is that?
We see it every day, but we tend to overlook it. And I want to make the viewer imagine the existence of the line again by using a method of expression that does not use lines. The dots are the two ends of the line and serve to connect them. I would like to use my imagination to supplement this non-existent line in my brain. From this line, which is invisible to the eye but already exists in our minds, we may be able to see other things that are not visible in our daily lives.