The work mainly consists of headgear with a built-in knitting machine. The performer walks along the woven fabric inside the headgear and creates a long fabric by moving.
This headgear is my self-portrait. When I put on the headgear to perform, my eyes are dark. My body seems to be somewhere else. I use my feet to step on the continuously woven thread, feeling the endless time. I am always squatting or walking.
While building this self-portrait, I established a fictitious relationship with this headgear. I dissolve myself in the headgear and enter the utopia of my body, while others strengthen their recognition of me because of the vital characteris- tics of this headgear. My identity is here. I am uncertain amidst this contradic- tion, whereby my identity is in a perpetual search, following a process of infinite transformation. (an inquiry into an ontology of self-construction).