Everyday Objects #5, 2016, masking tape, mandarin orange, net sack, 36x18x6 cm

Most of these everyday objects and materials are industrial. 
We do not know precisely how they are produced in a factory. 
The process is invisible. 
Adhesive tape, which I often use, is convenient and easy to use in our daily lives. 
After these objects have finished playing their role, we throw them away, and then they turn into rubbish without names.
All things are impermanent.
It reminds us of the transience of life so that we feel a sense of wistfulness.

Everyday Objects #2 + #8, 2016, crashed plastic bottle, 24x12x8 cm, glass bottle, aluminum-made pot, 44x7.5x7.5 cm

Everyday Objects #10, 2016, masking tape, plastic bag, 38x18x9 cm

Everyday Objects #4, 2016, plastic chain, 25x8x3.5 cm

Everyday Objects #6, 2016, masking tape, paper cup-holders, 10x8x5 cm

Installation view at Taipei National University of the Arts,Taipei, Taiwan, 29th November 2016

Installation view at Taipei National University of the Arts,Taipei, Taiwan, 29th November 2016

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