The series of work ‘dis-camouflage’ uses embroidery and camouflage patterns as key media. It aims to twist the context of camouflage as concealing and disappearance by reversing the artificial process of patterning natural bush and recovering uniformed patterns to the palette for vibrant colourful objects. It aesthetically seeks for the balance between the system and individuality. By adopting embroidery, an intensive labouring process, as applied medium, ‘dis-camouflage’ also makes an enquiry on the dichotomous borders between idea and actual making, between arts production and skilled manufacturing, and between physical labour and knowledge works. The first work in this series was shown in the solo exhibition ‘Faster, Higher, Further: As Long As My Body Bears’ (2011) at Temporary Sewing Workshop in Nam-Mun Market, Seoul.