Shinoh Nam's work explores the fragmentation and collapse of architecture, connecting virtual and existing structures to challenge symbolic norms and evoke subjective contemplation. Viewers experience distorted moments as buildings that still exist in reality appear as artifacts, and they can create their own unique architecture through selection and combination of elements. This challenges symbolic norms and allows viewers to question societal absurdities and dogmas. His works use philosophical moments, materials that respond to time, and a continuous serial style to depict the refusal to be eternal. The absence of color minimizes distraction and focuses on the psychological content of his works.