“Do not think about it” is a work that combines performance art with live installation. The artist attempts to create a sense of alienation from reality by limiting the information disclosed in the work.

A piece of hot glass of about two thousand degrees was directly buried in the ground. After a period of time, the artist dug out the glass by special means. Through image recording and physical display of the excavation site, the event seems to be fully recorded. However, the black and white image was blurred, the excavated object was confined in a heavy concrete box, and the interior could only be seen through a small fuzzy window. Worse still, it was surrounded by cordon. The information that can be read in the work is very limited. when? where? what happened? why? None of these questions can be answered.The only thing can be confirm is this feels dangerous, inaccessible and disturbing.

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