2020 以新冠疫情为关键词的一年，我在被称为北京睡城的燕郊小镇生活了大半年，据说每天有30万人往返这里与北京。选择在这里租房居住的人大都是因为觉得在这里的房租很亲民，但是无疑通勤成本也会增加很多。 在这个特殊的时间特殊的地点要办展览，我首先想到的是被限制的观看。从年初武汉疫情的报导到燕郊睡城去往北京上班族的艰辛生活，我始终自觉与不自觉的体验到到一种“有限的感知”，我想它是一种真实。我将在租赁的工作室布置障碍，观众可调动自身能力去设法达到更彻底的观看。
燕郊意华小区 5号楼 2单元
Resticted to Viewing
2020 is the year with the Covid-19 as the key word. I live in Yanjiao, a small town known as the domitory town of Beijing, for more than half a year. It is said that 300,000 people commute from here to Beijing every day. The reason why most of people to choose renting house here is that the rent can be afforded, although the commuting cost is bound to rise. In this special time and place to hold an exhibition, the first thing that comes to my mind is “restricted viewing”. With paying attention to reports on the Wuhan Covid-19 at the beginning of the year, and experiencing the hard commuting life between Yanjiao and Beijing, I always experience a kind of ‘’limited perception' consciously and unconsciously, and I think it is a type of reality. I will set up some barriers in my studio so that the visitors can mobilize their potential to break the “limited perception”, eventually to obtain a more complete viewing experience.
Yanjiao Yihua community 5-2