My art is not only a way to record my insights into life, but also a means for me to observe other people’s perspectives about life. To explore one’s identity in one's specific living context , time and place lies at the core of my artistic practice. I like to combine different artistic methods, including site-specific, interactive performance and time-based video installation to investigate one’s sense of existence. These methods are deeply related to the context of time, space, and place.
Over the last few years, my work has been strongly focused on community-engagement to further look into the identity of a specific group of people. By actively engaging the viewers’ participation, I get to explore the status of their physical and mental existence.