Framed is a series of photographs of myself, simulating multiple exposure with wide angle lens. Layers of photos suggest a feeling of interactions between different figures. Those figures do not exist in the same place in the same time. Still, through layering they seem to encounter each other. Those apparent encounters reveal encounter I make with myself. Just as those figures change their positions in space and time, I change my views, feelings and positions of and toward myself.
Why framed? Literal meaning of the frame, as a constraint, was space framed with the lens. The camera has a fixed position, constrained by the physical space of the room. Moving camera further away, or to the right or left, would unveil the appartus used to convey white space stripped of any tangible objects - in this particular case poles holding white photo background. While framing a photograph, it also frames a stage. the stage as an existing space, and as a framework to meet or confront myself, to act and to react.