I aim to create an abstracted viewing experience through representational installations, uniting physical phenomena and surveillance technology. My interests is to understand the process of how we encounter scattered data of multiple proximities and how we incorporate them to our own subjective memories/ perspectives. Perspectives simultaneously cooperate with memory. It constantly changes its shape, swaying with the passage of time, shifting the speed of an individual’s life and their environment, conducting collective memories and a sense of awareness.
As an immigrant, I realized the experience of moving to another locus not only changes one’s viewpoint but also prioritizes information in both a conscious and unconscious manner. These changes are unrecognizable, yet affect the position of objects and events. I concentrate on grasping the possible loss caused by shifts and time gaps: the void between objective fact and subjective understanding.