izy kung
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IN THE MIRROR

My mom always teaches me when I was a kid, to see the dual or even multiple sides of everything, don’t underestimate anything, and be smart. I never truly understood it until I left home and started live by myself overseas for college. Things might not be the same as it seems to be. Through the use of mirror and refraction of lights, to reveal the fact that everything has its two sides. The mirror is a medium, to show the hidden part, also reveal that there could be infinite possibilities.

COVID-19

This work started when everything in the states wasn’t this chaotic and most of the comments on COVID-19 were negatively aimed at China. Through the exaggeration and the use of models, to show the common symptoms of COVID-19 and some basic knowledge of it. Due to the circumstance, access to facilities, and people have been limited, it became a documentation of life in quarantine. It is a hard time, limited access to things, standing by for multiple flights, the uncertainty of everything, and of course, the emotion of missing my family and country.

IN THE MIRROR

My mom always teaches me when I was a kid, to see the dual or even multiple sides of everything, don’t underestimate anything, and be smart. I never truly understood it until I left home and started live by myself overseas for college. Things might not be the same as it seems to be. Through the use of mirror and refraction of lights, to reveal the fact that everything has its two sides. The mirror is a medium, to show the hidden part, also reveal that there could be infinite possibilities.


COVID-19

This work started when everything in the states wasn’t this chaotic and most of the comments on COVID-19 were negatively aimed at China. Through the exaggeration and the use of models, to show the common symptoms of COVID-19 and some basic knowledge of it. Due to the circumstance, access to facilities, and people have been limited, it became a documentation of life in quarantine. It is a hard time, limited access to things, standing by for multiple flights, the uncertainty of everything, and of course, the emotion of missing my family and country.