Jun Hei Ri usually base her work on her personal story, such as issues or thoughts about her and her family. She does not work with a fixed medium as she explores with different aspects and medium in order to express her ideas in a dynamic way. When looking back at works she created, she finds that even if the works express similar ideas, the difference in medium and methodology seems to be able to deepen the meanings. She has a tendency to make artworks that tell stories, as she thinks that if an artwork contains your story, you will treasure it more and treat it as your lover. For example, when you make artwork base on personal issues from a sad incident, you will no longer be stuck in a depressing state. You will be able to overcome it and heal as all your emotions are expressed through your artwork. Moreover, you won’t be ashamed of your past stories anymore. To Jun, art is healing and contains all emotions.
I take inspiration from a Bible verse: “While we look not at the things which are seen, but at the things which are not seen: for the things which are seen are temporal; but the things which are not seen are eternal” (2 Corinthians 4:18). The form of mosaic assembling using small pieces of fragments at church is another source for this work. Through the characteristics of used material wax and the continuous process of melting, reforming and breaking wax, the personal experiences on the road of religion are thus symbolised. By arranging and repeating red and white text, the audience is invited to think about the meaning of each word and the hidden coherence between these words.