Daydream, 2012
: Steel and paint, 190 x 170 x 150 (cm)


One can be appeased by a daydream in the surreal state itself because it satisfies the subconscious desires of an ordinary human being. Despite the fact that one has to return to the reality after waking up, I wanted to physically put out the pleasure within a daydream by making a ring that is not wearable. I wanted the viewer, even for a split second, to enjoy this daydream of wearing a giant ring as much as he or she wants.