04.04 - 05.10 'The Gentle Slope' Liu Yue

Cognition is approval of the past. For example: we know that the sun is extremely far away from the earth, the sun we see at this moment existed actually in the past. However, you who stand distance from me constantly see the moment of mutual perception as ‘now’. This is quite intriguing, because in fact that only when we truly touch and blend into one can we call this moment ‘now’, and all of them (him/she /it) are the past of this moment for us.

Other than ourselves in the world, what we feel while standing parallel with others is the unreal past, what we owned can only make us even more lonely and untrue… Thus, the cognition is merely the approval of that sectioned moment; cognition is the written history and the inscriptive annotation on somewhere in the future, this does not mean that there is logistic necessity to relate with actual space. At this moment, the space only functions to carry and support the instants. However, the true self and the equality of the self consuming and moving could not be shown.

Thus, Liu Yue made an assumption: If within this finite dimension and space, she pushes the relation of objects to the limit, and eliminate mutual time differences between objects through the most direct way of contact. Though this, could it be possible to enable these objects and space, and the parallel 'now' to co-exist as a fact? Of course, this couldn't really let us see the 'now' which is pulled towards you by time and space. But because these connections connect the self and space both exist in that moment, the room becomes a definite space without cognitive differences.