Farewell

Photography series, each at 96×43cm, 2015

A rainy night, the disposal of all "Someone used to be important" related things. Time to sing the Farewell. Every movement sounds profound and solemn. I sort out the photos of them and compare them with their looks in the bin respectively. A ritual. An Obsequies.
This is behavioral photography as a natural manner in my real-life recording the desperation, resolution, anger, hesitation, and affection. In fact, disposal is not only about those exact entities, but also about my habit. Those that I continuously ignored finally vanished along with my soul. Here I have them back inside the photos. Not only as a Finale but also as retrospection towards past "me".