DA: Other than paint, you also sculpt, right? What do each form mean to you? RM:
In two dimensional works, I can express my thoughts through a more fantastical narrative and allegorical gimmicks. On the other hand, three dimensional works give out an immediate sense of space. If I am unable to deliver a certain sentiment through the limitations of three dimensional works, I attempt to do so through a two dimensional painting. Sometimes the choice of material itself can achieve the essence of a concept.