Serenity is a photographic project that records my personal discomfort with my own existence. By putting myself in the same situation that made me uncomfortable, I was able to purposefully experience the emotional changes that the discomfort brought to me. I capture those fleeting changes and present my finally relieved state in static and unclear images.

I consider this project an experiment on myself, a series of reactionary gestures resulting from deliberate actions. I believe that life is composed as a continuous moment instead of fragmentary events, even though each photo I captured is a unique frozen moment. That is why I tried to recall these continuous moments which made me feel uneasy. Through revisiting of these uneasiness, I create an opportunity to seek a more peaceful self.