Upon a fleeting glance, we capture a vague shadowy image of the object just observed. We can not recall accurately its nuances. Yet there is a visual imprint that gets recorded in our memory. There is an insinuation of geometric profiles, varying degrees of gray values, and a cacophony of placement.
From these, flash memory images are created. This catalyst interpretation poses further exploration. Thus the captured images in these graphite and sumi-e artworks origiate from the very same source, recreate a totally new subject matter.