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Installation: canvas, children's bicycle, wood, thread

References to childhood or school images are an attempt to return to a time before our perspectives were fully formed, to stand closely together before encountering the fragmentation of consciousness.  At the same time, this question arises: whether remembering things that we have only imagined counts as true 、memory.  Nostalgia helps us recall certain moments while simultaneously sweetening the past, thereby hindering our "correct" understanding of it.


What we can no longer see gives way to social or political imaginings: What does the audience need?  It seeks a public voice and explores the bounds of cultural intimacy.

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