In the photo installations series, landscapes and sculptural forms evoke diverse sensory experiences in the viewer. Forms, shadows, transparencies and reflections merge and shift to create a story within a story of personal transformations.

The Clock Chairs in Tiananmen Square, Beijing, invite a rethinking of various elements of architecture: time, space, matter, form and function. Varied in size, they display different time zones and create an experience of shifting scale and politics by using a public space with varied political significances.