Light casts a dim shadow from the silk on the wall, floating, and then leaks away. It seems to depict a tunnel expanding infinitely. The idea of this work comes from the silk garment excavated from King Ma's Mound (an archaeological site located in Changsha, China). The silk garment, as thin as cicada's wings, tells all the memories and history. Liang Shaoji started the experiment of this series in 2009. Pieces of circular silk are created upon Liang's acquaintance of the biological clock of silkworms, the span of their spinning activity and the regularity of how they pile silk up.