2014 / polyester organza, embroidery thread, illustration board, wood
L13.5"×W8"×H9" (single slide L8"×W8")
I remember the name of the place, I can find the place on the map, but I just don’t remember what it looks like and I can’t remember the appearance of the place in my mind anymore. Time goes by, all the memories have gradually disappeared and become blurred along with the past.
This slideshow-like piece conveys the idea that there is no absolute boundary between order and chaos inside of a memory. Sometimes it is because both order and chaos intertwine with each other. Everything I see on the map is as seen. It is always in order and will never change. On the map, all the streets and places are standing on where they are supposed to be, however, when those places and streets go into my memories, all of them become like chaotic patches, missing parts, and incomplete silhouettes.