二十幾年間,母親設的許多防線,潛意識的在我身上滋長、茁壯。 深愛我的母親,究竟為何要畫下這些紅線,拿自己的傷痕烙印在我身上?   This is a hand-made photo book. The first part of the book was based on my mother’s life trajectory as a “mainland bride.” I rearranged the content of my interview with her and paired it with the old photos of her when she was young. The second part comprises a series of photos of my parents. I reprinted these photos and contrast them with the daily conversations between my parents printed on tracing papers. With such collage, I trace the everydayness and change in a family, and I also contextualize the formation of a family.

 二十幾年間,母親設的許多防線,潛意識的在我身上滋長、茁壯。 深愛我的母親,究竟為何要畫下這些紅線,拿自己的傷痕烙印在我身上?

This is a hand-made photo book. The first part of the book was based on my mother’s life trajectory as a “mainland bride.” I rearranged the content of my interview with her and paired it with the old photos of her when she was young. The second part comprises a series of photos of my parents. I reprinted these photos and contrast them with the daily conversations between my parents printed on tracing papers. With such collage, I trace the everydayness and change in a family, and I also contextualize the formation of a family.

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  二十幾年間,母親設的許多防線,潛意識的在我身上滋長、茁壯。 深愛我的母親,究竟為何要畫下這些紅線,拿自己的傷痕烙印在我身上?   This is a hand-made photo book. The first part of the book was based on my mother’s life trajectory as a “mainland bride.” I rearranged the content of my interview with her and paired it with the old photos of her when she was young. The second part comprises a series of photos of my parents. I reprinted these photos and contrast them with the daily conversations between my parents printed on tracing papers. With such collage, I trace the everydayness and change in a family, and I also contextualize the formation of a family.
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 二十幾年間,母親設的許多防線,潛意識的在我身上滋長、茁壯。 深愛我的母親,究竟為何要畫下這些紅線,拿自己的傷痕烙印在我身上?

This is a hand-made photo book. The first part of the book was based on my mother’s life trajectory as a “mainland bride.” I rearranged the content of my interview with her and paired it with the old photos of her when she was young. The second part comprises a series of photos of my parents. I reprinted these photos and contrast them with the daily conversations between my parents printed on tracing papers. With such collage, I trace the everydayness and change in a family, and I also contextualize the formation of a family.

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