While I was travelling in Prague last year, I recorded this video. The subway in Prague was built very deeply underground, and therefore, its escalator is tilted in a rather extreme angle. I adjusted the angle of the escalator to the angle of my camera, in order to make the passengers look like they are forwarding their back. Later I made a box, and placed the film in the centre of it, and on the right of the box, there is an arm of Lenin's sculpture.

Being in relation to these images, Lenin's arm seems to guide these people to somewhere indefinitely, and everyone can sense the pressure of the arm, therefore tilted their body forward in an 'obedient' manner. I am only expressing personal feeling of Prague in this piece.

Whenever I'm in a former socialist society, I can always sense an inexplicable depressing atmosphere. The sky seems to be ever grey, and the pedestrians seem to drag on heavily. This sensation may not be true, since everyone is probably just living their ordinary daily life, and it is just a mellow reverie echoed in the mind of a Chinese tourist. What interests me is how I came to such a feeling.
The Grand Yoyage/2014-2015 (with @Zhang Jianling)
That Obscure Object (artist's book)/2014
Body as a Container of Faith/2014
The Last Tale: God and Net Friend/2014
There never should have been an artist named Jia Siwen/2012-2014
A study on infinity/2014
A Faceless Void/2013
A member of socialism's imagination/2012
eve R evolution/2011
Still Sweet/2011
Dirty Memories/2011
Home of Others/2011
A way of dissipating memories/2010
Typist's Death/2010
I would like to satisfy your foot fetishism in such a way, even/2010
Raining Hometown/2009