“How to Play in the Park,” read the sign at a nearby park. It is true that most of the time, playing involves following a set of rules. This framework, or rather limitation, is essential to the act of playing and living in general. But I fear that an excessive amount of rules and regulations can also take away our ability to be creative, imaginative, and intuitive. 

​drawings for How to Play in the Park

33.5 x 24.5cm each, oil pastel, watercolor, graphite on calligraphy paper,​ 2020

​Park Apparatus A,B and C

80 x 80cm each, oil pastel, watercolor melamine sponge print on calligraphy paper, 2020

​A brief walk through of the show

Solo show "How to Play in the Park" at Gallery 1616 in Osaka, Japan.

November 1 through 4, 2020.