Collection of “Just a Moment”
Memory is a subtle thing for me; it helps me to connect surrealism illusion with real world. Flashes and fragments in my mind form stop motion moments, just for a moment, something is happening. I like to capture and depict the moments that people might be familiar with, and brought up with uncertainty. The uncertainty may make people feel uncomfortable and strange, but it can also arouse thinking, doubt and speculation. My work is more like a kind of conjecture and questions based on fragments of everyday life. I like to throw out these seemingly unanswered questions and expect people to create their own stories.
A collection of short videos that explore how time, text and emotions formed and shaped each other. They are all relative to me in terms of eternity and transience, how this concept of relativity collides and changes when they interact with each other. Each video is a fleeting moment in time frozen into eternity at some point.