As the only child in my family, my parents always want me to stay at home so that they can see me whenever they want. “Home” becomes the most important place in my life as a result. At home I can walk with eyes closed; at home I stare at remembrances; at home I hide sorrowful memories in a dark corner.
My family spaces situate in different counties from the north to the south of Taiwan, and are originated from two different historical backgrounds. They are not extravagant mega-mansions, but are good refuges for tranquil families. Once lived in these places, they never have any opinions on my existence, just noiselessly link my past and future.
In the rapid-changing modern society, I try to take these images to preserve my growing background, converting objects to narrative texts through my own position in these spaces and my perspective of them. Panorama pictures are not very easy to operate, and each photo usually takes two hours to capture. Wish I can exist for these places a while and leave a good story.