In November we had a small group exhibition in The Flying Dutchman.

In the exhibition I made a small installation related to the space. There are two ventilation openings on the wall, and connect to the outside street. I put a speaker inside the ventilation, and played the sound recorded in the war. If you walk through the ventilation, you can hear the sound of the street mixed with the gunshot.

I put a First Aid box into the other ventilation, and inside the box, there was a gun. And on the ground, there was a small monitor showing a picture of gun.

By doing this installation, I want to blur the frontier between our daily life and the war. We can see a lot of violence scenes on screens, thousands of people died everyday on the screens, but we still have a peaceful world. Real guns are always exist, we choose to not to see them.