At the exhibition, the space is a giant camera; the viewers are photons suspending in the space. From the outside in, they go through light, scene, lens, aperture, mirror, focus, shutter, image sensor and finally imaging. Among these processes, the viewers can not only see the image, but also hear, smell, touch, drink, or even create the images...
However, there is no story. All the scenery is not given by the creators but from each viewer's own life course. Thus, at the same moment all the scenery is exposed to entirely different images on different individuals.
"If you meet your friends, lover, family, or even the long-lost yourself in a picture, please remember to greet them and press the shutter button to image this piece of scenery in your heart."
Everyone can get into the coffin once in a lifetime but is hardly likely to come out of it. If there is a chance to revive, what kind of memories do you want to take away? Or what kind of landscapes on the verge of oblivion will be evoked?
When the hustle and bustle no longer exist, what would we see in the silence?