“The remnant of images” refers to fragmented information in the memory. Although they are fragmented, they are destined to remain in the memory permanently. They are sometimes clear to recognize, sometimes vague, distant and undefined. The stories, structured by that information, are worth telling.
The Remnant of Images 2016 series narrates stories by the way of writing. The images of the video, most of whom come from my family, are from a distant time and space. Integrated with my memory, those images present new stories. By telling stories with characters on those images and digitalizing aesthetic impression of traditional calligraphy, it automatically generates the way of narrating. The invisible pen repeatedly present the fictional stories fragmented from memory, vividly and convincingly.