In the project 'Tide,' I have produced and installed 47 pairs of paper feet casts on the gallery wall to the floor to create a theatrical installation of movement of human. These pieces are used to inspire retrospective thoughts about our paths as we walk through the current gender, environmental, economic, social, and political issues. Deeply inspired by the first Women's March in 2017, I believe that the first step walk close to matters will empower us to change the world. The casting method that I have used is one of Korea’s traditional paper craft techniques called ‘Jiho-gibeop’ which is used to cast from the existing object forms, and it is similar to papier-mâché process in western paper craft tradition. During the casting process, I use paper in a much more direct manner than I use them for drawing or printing. The thin layers of paper allow me to replicate the folds and contours of skin and I am always captivated by how paper replicates and keeps shapes as if it is trying to save the memory of where they were placed.