Many times, “caring” actions will bring people closer together, but they can also make people uncomfortable with too much attention. In this series of works, ‘Interpreting Discomfort’, I discuss how much attention is too much? How is this feeling of discomfort formed? For the attention given by others, we all want to classify it as a concern, but too much attention may become a kind of pressure. This kind of pressure is hard to get rid of. In many cases, we can’t even be sure that this pressure comes from others or our own overreaction.