This is my first work when I moved to Holland from China. It is my first time in another country, and the sudden change of environment had a huge impact to my life. I feel like living in others' home. In order to seek some sense of familiarity and warmth, I made several Chinese friends, and some of them lived in Holland for more than ten years. I interviewed them and placed the documentary in my installation. What is interesting is that despite the fact they lived here for such a long time, they still feel like an outsider, just like me.

The curator decided to place the exhibition in an old abandoned apartment, which is the right environment for the work, since the apartment really is other's home. I collected items from my Chinese friends' house, and some of them were brought from China a long time ago; I suspended all of the items in mid-air. In the centre is a rotating installation. On the one hand is a light-bulb ever moving, which produces a sense of instability; on the other hand is a small flying saucer, which is my little humor, since UFO is the ultimate image of outsiders. Beside the rotating device is a TV constantly playing the documentary I made with my Chinese friends, and the scene was filmed in highway, in front rows of street lamps. The light and shadow of both the film scene and the exhibition space are moving in a mechanical repetition, and I feel our lives shares the same endless similarities.
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