Our Tombstones are Next to Each Other
Photograph and Sculpture，2022
People are accustomed to using their positions to distinguish between right and wrong, to distinguish between murderers and victims.
However, we live in intricate networks, and causality can no longer be sorted out.
In other words, we forgive the unforgivable every day. The unforgivable is forgiven every day.
I made two tombs.
One is for an anonymous killed by the system,
And another is for a wild deer killed by my accompany.
Then I buried them together.
The person killed by the system could be me, The person who killed the deer could also be me.
I could be the murderer, the victim, and they could be my tombstones.