SCENE 1: ...A One and A Two 

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With superior feelings of love or something strong, Nelson, a once “Wittgenstein woman,” start her journey of being with others and witnessing her transformation. This is the start of a trip. Her feelings, encounters, and previous understanding of how this world operates, are starting to merge - from a one to a two.

Possession. Control/out of control. Mirror image with others as with oneself. THE EOE-FBS


A series of a neutral and pure element - the yarn - grows along the body, with crochet. Crochet requires only two movements - a one is to circle, and a two is to pull. A one and a two, a circle and a pull. The process is not by algorithm but ambulatory; the agent is walking/working along

with the materials. The garment is not just a handcrafted object but the traces of time - which is the agent’s remains of life, the embodiment of memory, and the argonaut.

When one is alone, he/she does not actually exist. Starting with a secular appearance. How does it look like? Opposite to the secular body. How does it connect and grow with the body - which part? How do they - the body and the object; the one and the two - interact? Focusing on the forces between possession/control and resistance/enjoyment - the infiltration and withdrawal. Defining something undefinable; recording something unrecordable.


An exposure of the process:

The entering - The wearing - Getting familiar(clumsy and anxious yet comfortable)- Try some daily work - Observe the mirror image - Chasing / imitating - Touching - Return to nothing / the same appearance with a different essence.


“Whereof one cannot speak thereof one must be silent.”

1. Two garments hanging in the front and back. 2. A One dressed up by the back, and A Two in black walk into the front. 3. A Two starts to examine and to wear the garment. 4. A One follows to wear another garment. 5. A One and A Two circling the field, remaining a distance of diameter. 6. Following, chasing, imitation, and interaction. 7. With sound. 8. When video ends, turning back to the front, A Two takes off the garments and leaves; A One takes off garment, brings another garment and leaves.