From mid-1960s, a small cluster of artists began utilize abstract media like light to investigate space. As the representative of minimalism, Dan Flavin, he says a fluorescent lamp can show a space. Such artistic conception not only influences contemporary art, but also redefine the contemporary architecture. The work of light as a medium often deconstructed the physical reason of space itself and created a theatrical space. In this space, light, place, and the viewer create a new spatial relationship. This relationship is more about stimulating the viewer’s experience of art works rather than explaining a specific concept to the viewer.