在去年(2011)的作品「We’ll meet at 8PM, July 28, 2011」，也以「相見」為切入的動作，那件作品相見場域從虛擬轉為實體，而在「即使」這件作品中，相見場域在一個沒有存在過的現場，口述話語取代了實體肉身。追溯至過去作品「當我和你老去」和「10 minutes left」中的恆久凝視，這種「相見」可進轉為「互相凝望」，因此在這兩件作品中同時提問：怎樣的凝望是真實的？
This is a film in which I portrait 8 people who cross lives.The characters have never met each other before.Through a few photo's given by a stranger,they fabricate the memory of how they unconsciously met.
Since the beginning, my work has often used feminine subject as the target for portrayal. (Femininity does not only refer to gender.) It is a vessel for subject interpellation and substitution. When I'm portraying the subject, what attracts me is the “distance” between the subject and myself. This distance cannot be physically measured. Rather, it is an exchange of the spiritual, a path for mutual empathy.
In the piece called “We'll Meet At 8PM, July 28, 2011” (2011), I also used “meeting” as the entry point. In it, the meeting place changed from fictional to real. But in the piece called “Even They Never Met” (2012), the meeting place is a place that had never existed. The Verbal replaces the corporeal entity. Compared with my earlier pieces “ When I getting older with you“(2009) and “10 Minutes Left” (2007), the idea of “meeting“ can be said to have evolved into a “mutual gaze”. These two pieces.. are both asking: “What kind of gaze is real?”
Maybe it is because I have felt deeply about the experience of that kind of exchange, that's why the interpellation always comes in different forms.
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