Siu Wai Hang
Walking around the barracks out of curiosity, everything inside seemed to be fleeting.
The existing barracks are a military legacy from British rule. After the handover, these British-style buildings have been kept almost the same as in the Colonial era, despite now accommodating the Chinese troops. One cannot help but feel weird about this. This is a question inherited from history, and the answer seems to be lying behind the fence of the camp.
I believe we can understand all about humanity from landscapes, but the truth is always partially hidden or blocked by obstacles. We must bypass these obstacles to see the truth (or to see what we desire). I created a mechanical device to catch and reproduce the bits and pieces, to understand the relationship that feels both near and distant. This relationship can affect the understanding of identity, something I have long been searching for but always found elusive.