“On the Run” is the story of my little hero’s struggle that ultimately leads to its liberation. Continuously moving forward in between refreshing images, in essence, there is something that is tempting and inviting which not only demonstrates hope and lucidity, but also the darkest perspective of my little hero’s life. The issue, here, is the disappearance of templates which are seemingly unstable. These issues merge into one another in the same manner that objects whose sole purpose is to create stability and immobility (such as stone and wall and buildings) and create a creative and active mass while in a state of self-denial.
This is my world; a continuously changing and blooming world, a world of reincarnation and transmutation.