Chuang, Chih-Wei【Surfing on the Ray of Light】
The light creates differing scenery due to the change in body posture, it transforms into segments that expand and drift, in the hair, skin, muscle or even expand to the eyes of the bystander via the ripple and radiance of air on the surface. During the passage, it records and traces the trajectory of body movement.Through everyday lighting objects, the repetitive, dense alignment produces transformation on the surface, through the conduction of electricity, a new form is reassembled via the physics of atomic micro-collisions. Seemingly stiff, yet moving silently in a silky smooth and tender manner, the roaming of frame after frame of light. The neutral, characterless attitude, returns to the simplest status, like water (solvent), it develops into any possible form through interaction with the body extremities.