“To say of what is that it is not, or of what is not that it is, is false, while to say of what is that it is, and of what is not that it is not, is true.”
The story starts with facing the truth, just as it closes every time with different endings, like doing Grab on Behind. There are always times during the game to come up with some words that have been said. The same word could not be used twice, but the logic could. That is what we hold on to in order to search the right one.
In this exhibition, two artists seem to share nothing in common against the backdrop of Virtuality and Reality. However, their works of art are intertwined in some ways. One is making his own interpretation of the daily scenes, stuffs, and stories that happen every day by incorporating a new perspective. The relationship between Identity and Space becomes real in a virtual context. The other at the other end of the spectrum extends the reality, trying to visualize the abstract concept of Feelings. Those we can not see in our eyes become identifiable. It is indescribable and nothing but real.
Two artists are coming back and forth between Virtuality and Reality. It is kind of like a power plant that we know it is generating Electricity by processing Necessary materials. We never get to see Electricity but know for sure it exists by witnessing necessary materials and experiencing the final result. Both artists are doing quite the same thing of transforming Materials into Result. Viewers see and believe the result shown in the exhibition, but find it hard to take in at the same time because it is nothing like they have learned so far in their life. Put it in another way. What they see is an out-and-out real model that is in no ways possible in real life and they could not find an answer or past experience they could reflect upon. The exhibition is a platform in between. What comes as real is to be emulated and reflected. No need to be disguised in a virtual form. What comes as unreal on the other hand is to be completed by adding virtual flavors.