Psychological Effects, Senses, Human Interactions and Participations


My work examine psychological effects, physiological senses, or interactions between humans and sometimes conduct messages through participations. Some of my work also discusses human behaviors under particular circumstance, or other topics. I make activities, installations and objects in certain environments, to invite or suggest audience to react and participate. While my audience examining their participations, their interactions and experiences become the central elements of the work. Their experiences could be irreproducible, impromptu and sometimes private. In some cases, the audience becomes the “performers” of the work, they gain experiences from two perspectives: one as part of the art; one as the observers. Most of my work are recorded and edited into videos or photographs as documentation forms.