The installation Habitat-1 stems from the artist’s experience of bird viewing a destination city while taxing. The duration of anxious and restless gaze seeking traces of familiar blocks,streets, buildings, windows, following a certain common formula of human habitat. The artist is intrigued by the contradiction between everyday experience in a city and being 'unplugged' then driven-off to see the machinery from above. The non-perspective landscape is reconstructed by numerous small frames. It becomes a patternized scroll of  an organic body, whereas individuals are faded away from the scene like ants on the floor.


Habitat-1  3-projector moving image installation, loop,onging project ,2016-now