2019 | Programmed LED screen, wooden frame, modified chair, pressure sensor

Echo invited viewers to sit down and introspect. In the installation, a programmed LED panel is mounted on the wall, constantly playing the animation of tides coming and going with a chair placing in the foreground., while the exact same chair is placed against the screen in reality. If a viewer sits on it, the color of the scene gradually shifts through the whole color spectrum. Before each shift, it returns to the original color. The chair and screen set-up allows for only one person to experience the work at a time.

Though an intimate scope, viewers’ breaths are guided by the ups and downs of tides. Along with the pulsing colors, contemplation about the relationship between landscape and humans is provoked. A conversation between the two takes place when tranquility within and without is achieved.