Purple clay is a stepping stone for me. Explore the possibility and expressiveness of this clay material in the use of it brings me a series of chain reactions, and a binary opposition relationship is formed between me and clay material. There are also great changes in the production process and techniques, such as changing the dip glaze to brush glaze, secondary firing to one-time firing, making a variety of original texture texture, and using fetuses to complete the color matching, and there are some new attempts in the techniques of makeup soil. Thus, two series, "Akagi series" and "Akagi series", flowed out of the body naturally. After a few more rounds of refinement and experimentation, the underlying code for both series has been finalized. Fortunately, this enthusiasm for exploration is still there, and I hope I can continue to make everyday objects beyond my own cognitive framework.