The series of works was shot on the fringe of cities in Taiwan, mostly when night falls. It is also a private record of wandering at the border of my sensory recognition. In my creative process over years, I first learnt how to listen, then how to look. The difference between the two sensory experiences is that looking is more limited by one’s own intention. We only see what we want to see, and follow what we can see.
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