Urban space is a reflection of the social construction of the city, and the distribution of architectural space in the city can reflect gender, race, and class relations in society. In my view, art and architecture have always had the potential for social change and the improvement of the existing social order. They can promote social justice and even change the world we live in in small ways.
"I can't talk about it because it's not serious enough. "
This is the state of most victims after they have been victimized. It is my aim to draw more people's attention to It is my aim to draw more attention to and reflect on these "insignificant" injuries.
The project 'Unseen' is a spatial narrative installation consisting of sculpture, book design, and sound design.
- Chapter I, "The Map of the Unseen"
Based on interviews, data collection, and public participation, the sculptural installation 'Unseen Maps' documents the inequalities women experience when walking in urban spaces,The viewer is invited to consider how much hidden inequalities shape women's perceptions of the city.
- Chapter II, "Another Space"
"When the injury happened, my mind went blank, and it was like I was in the middle of the city, but actually in another dimension."
"Another Space" consists of an interactive sound installation and a book design. In the sound interaction, I amplify and present to the audience the moment when a woman is traumatized, provoking the audience to think through the experience of the traumatic moment.
Sound installation mimics the disembodied, distorted state of the auditory system that occurs during trauma when the insulae of the brain are damaged. The sounds of the city's streets are collected from a different perspective, to represent the hidden inequalities of the city by amplifying the sounds that we ignore on a daily basis but are actually present in the city streets. How does the city look when listening from a traumatic space?