The act of painting is repeated over and over again on a single canvas. Without thinking, I simply draw lines and add colors. The process continues until a phenomenon similar to that of a drop of water depressing a rock, or similar to various phenomena that occur in nature, such as the surface of a tree, mountain, or water, occurs on the canvas. There is no intention or self-expression in how I paint. It will not be a natural phenomenon in painting. I call it “Describing Phenomena,” and I am working on it, hoping that by continuing to paint without thinking, something pure will emerge.