“Mom’s Drawer” is installed within a wall. Viewers will see a small old drawer slowly sliding out from the wall; it projects a blurry photo image onto the ceiling. The image will become clearer with synchronized motion of the drawer. Whence the drawer reaches its furthest point, audiences will see clearly a faded childhood photo or a worn out family portrait. Then it starts to retreat, the image on the ceiling will gradually fade away. The opening and close of the drawer recall our childhood memories; they are so far yet so near, so blurry yet so clear.