The old and new, objects and images, are constantly displaced and disposed in our living spaces. These objects sat in the city of Wuhan, correspond to their image advertisements. All their intact or broken bodies become new sediment of our landscapes. They are named insentient so their life cycle can be determined by human.
These debris from the city are reshaped in response to the images of empty (ghost) cities in China, the cities that stand by their own presence after the construction, less a human accommodation; underworld of this object and image filled reality.
These objects’ relationship to each other and to human can be speculated through these gestures of reshaping and juxtaposing on them. For objects and images to translate and animate each other instead of drawing the boundary once again between the sentient and the insentient.