Blindspot refers to a place in the visual field that corresponds to the lack of light-detecting that the vision is invisible. Ping uses the “Uncanny Valley” hypothesis to transfer this kind of phenomena from physical to psychological. The project aims to explore the impact that “uncanny valley” has on people, while to reflect the scenario they are in at the moment.
This kind of“blindspot” can be divided to two sections: denial and fear. Subjectively, the impact of loneliness can make an individual ignore or deny certain things selectively. On the other hand, “blindspot” can also generate fear. Due to the lack of interaction with surroundings, the spontaneous emotion of unknown leads to fear. Each of these images is wildly different from the others but they all seem like moments plucked from a larger, as yet unknown narrative, like scenes from movies that have yet to be filmed. Ping focuses on quotidian subjects, he transforms fleeting gestures by strangers and unassuming aspects of the urban environment into mysterious vignettes.