The Place I Haven't Had A Chance to Remember is a spatial installation work composed with sound, images, and sculptures and includes several sets of installation pieces. Based on colonial travel journals that were quite common all throughout the 17th to 19th centuries, and also other notes and short essays, the artist seeks to simulate subjective physical experiences found in these texts and tries to recreate them in contemporary everyday spaces. The artist points out the possibility of a state from the past that has yet disappeared and dwells in the present and the future. It only exists in the midst of "place"; it is a sentiment that is closer to what is imagined, expected, and is quirky and unfamiliar, and it only exists without the presence of the physical body. At times like these, we could only use "textual generation" going from content to body to mediate and form a way to understand the past and present, this place and other place, reality and fiction. At this point in time, members of the audience could use their imagination to patch and make up the features of foreign travelers and their experiences with seeing, with historical perspective and the present state of things ultimately liberated.