Detention of the Trauma
               Failed Architecture
               Colonial Ghost
               Sunken Memories
               A Catalogue of a Border Island’s Defensives
               Landscaping from History
               The vanishing Portraits  -  Kinmen
               The vanishing Portraits  -  Taiwan
               The vanishing Portraits  -  Turkey
               The vanishing Portraits  -  Germany


    The vanishing Portraits  -  Taiwan

    2010 - 2017

    The vanishing Portraits, Jian Cheng trading company, Taoyuan, 2016

    The vanishing City, Minquan Street, Sansia, Taiwan, 2010

    透過這樣的創作過程使消逝空間的意義被提升、價值被轉化。這個城市裡原本棄置無用的空乏之處 ,再度轉換為一個召喚回憶、 潛意識和歷史記憶的入口。重新開啟廢棄空間與城市、歷史對話的可能性,在其衰敗荒蕪之中找尋另一層意義的再生。


    What interests me is how spatial transformation affects human psychology. By shooting abandoned, uninhabited buildings in different cities, historical and cultural contexts, I connect the collapsing architectural spaces and people's emotional memories. This photograph series is a huge collage of images on the same object shooting from different perspectives and time slots. It becomes a space with compressed time and aesthetics of monumental style. 
    Through this creation process, the meanings of vanished spaces are elevated, and their values are transformed. These originally abandoned and useless spaces in the city were converted into a port recalling remembrances, the subconscious and historical memories. This reopens the possibility of conversation between the abandoned space, city, and history. Therefore the reborn of another layer of meaning could be found among the decays.

    After a long colonial period, many architectures with mixing styles from different cultures are left in Taiwan. Among them, Sanxia Old Street were reconstructed during the Japanese colonial era. It has western mansions fused with Han Chinese culture, Japanese family crests and Baroque style.