Not unlike real life, the works depict chaos and flurries of activity. Washes of color, and thick, flat brush strokes both mimic calligraphic writing as well as illustrate scenes of movement. Even if one is unable to decode the layered configurations, on the surface level, the universally human element of emotion remains. Altogether the works evoke a kind of frenzied, explosive feeling. One can say that this feeling pertains exactly to that of, in a sense, being alive."