It is an extract from an existing video. The video shows a man entering a haunted house, the kid inside the house receiving a call, and the ghost mom climbing down the stairs. I dub the video by assuming the conversation of the filming crew. Their discussion about the situation at the filming site on walkie-talkie deconstructs the horrible scenes and balances the frightening story. Behind the short horror movie is the combination of multiple boring jobs. I am particularly interested in how the emotions are balanced to create an illusion beyond human perceptions. In my oral thesis examination, professors asked me: “do you have any religious beliefs?” The same question came to my mind when I was making See Well. I do not have any religious belief, but I believe in the rule of certain cycles. In that world, everything is flat. Objects make a sound when they fall down, while liquid creates ripples when they drip. Everything is visible and calculable. Perhaps it is also a belief. In the world I have full control of, I cry when I feel my emotions and I laugh when I feel my luck. I am always paying attention to the immediacy of perceptive reaction. Everything disappears right year. In days or years, they disappear right away. It is what I have this obsession to time. From an objective perspective, time is an absolute calculative unit. I am comfortable with that. See Well is light, because it is based on my intuition, and it is good, making me to think about “why.” Why did I make this work to talk about things like this? The answers shall be found in my childhood. One time I talked about the unhappy childhood and the transformation in artworks with Tseng Yu-Chin. He said art was where we escaped into. The images hid a strong childhood emotion, while the video was like a sculpture at that moment, quietly lying there. To borrow his words, it is “sticky, disgusting, and unescapable.” As for me, I long for the absolute vacuum and the absolute balance, without any desire for enlargement or contraction. Similarly, no one can escape once they step inside.