This project is comprised of an installation and a performance. The installation is composed by copies of everyday objects such as radio, table etc. They are made with water-resistant polyethylene foam, a common packaging material. People usually discard the packaging foam after using it. I choose this material to represent my short-term ownership and relation to these daily objects. My artwork, which records the moments of life, will gradually distort and fall apart over time, just like my memories of these daily objects.
In my performance video, I show the process of building up and taking down a temporary working station and the process of making art. This piece reveals the similarity between art and commodity productions. The video reflects my life as an artist in transition who had gone through a never-ending work-in-process, like the ordeal of Sisyphus.