"I'd like more of the world go back to being wild."
- Hayao Miyazaki
"The Wild" series contains a questioning of the alienation that man establishes with his inherent nature. Here, a visuality in which wild animals are reproduced as mirror images of the person is set. The pixelations in the form of oil touches represent the screen between us and the wild animal. Thus, the emphasis of this alienating effect becomes stronger with the aestheticization of the wild and its transformation into cultural forms.