Unborken Corridor 無間走廊
Unbroken Corridor 無間走廊
Kacey Wong's "dream" is going to happen in a tunnel. A motor cycle which should be racing down the road is instead being held motionless by heaps of ropes. Yet the image before us tells us that the motor cycle is going forward at great speed. This baffling state actually reflects the spiritual space that has broken free from the physical state in a dream. Speeding along a highway in the night, we are pushed towards a dangerous ledge by the speed, as well as into a dreamlike state of meditation. Wong constructs a surreal dream space suing his personal codes, memories and anxieties in a collage that plies between real life and personal introspection, enabling us to experience the various delusions in the dreams and thus examine our thoughts and our dream world.
Hong Kong Heritage Museum, 2015