I installed a large TV wall in the Station as a platform for public participation. I interviewed sixteen people who are known in the fields of their professions about the inspiration of their creation. Then I transformed their ideas into colorful virtual building blocks (I named them Muse Elements). These were the materials made available for people to produce virtual sculptures. All the virtual sculptures will be displayed on the TV wall in turns, reflecting the famous quote of Andy Warhol: "In the future, everyone will be world-famous for 15 minutes." When seeing virtual sculptures they like, any passerby can press the touch panel beside the large frame, similar to clicking "like" on Facebook. People far away from the project can also participate online, not unlike the goodwill of French people delivering American people the Statue of Liberty as a present. Thus art becomes a medium of connecting people.