The Queen's Re-encounter 再見皇后

The Queen's Re-encounter, 2009
12 adhesive photos collage with 6 layers of glass each
30 x 300 cm















Removal of Queen’s Pier enlighten part of the post-80s beginning to concern about social issues; at the same time it reveals our lack of information and knowledge towards the surroundings. Quest of identity may start from this and drive us to trace the origin of our root.

I have never been to Queen’s Pier. Through collecting photos taken by the others before and after the incident, I do collage to construct imagination and personal judgment of value. The many perspectives connect my incomplete memory.

Internet has become the mainstream to absorb knowledge. Standing on the sidelines at home extend the contradiction between people and the government in the virtual world. It allows endless loss of real territory, until disappeared.


拆卸皇后碼頭,啟蒙不少八零後青年關注社會事件,同時揭示了我們對於週遭環境資訊與知識的貧乏。,由由始喚起個人的身分追尋,令人不斷追本溯源尋根下去。在此前我沒有到過皇后碼頭,然而透過收集別人於事件前後在碼頭所拍的照片,以拼貼建構想像及表現自我的價值判斷,從他者的視點串連有關碼頭不完整的記憶。

互聯網已成為主流吸收知識的方法,足不出戶的觀看新聞報導,人民與政府的矛盾延續於虛擬世界,卻讓真實的領土不斷流失,直至殆盡。