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This piece is named after an acient Chinese mythical creature that is believed to be God of the human, and the creator of the sky (tiān) and the ground (dì). The story I took inspiration from appears in Shān Hai Jīng (Classic of Mountains and Seas), describes how Hùn Dùn, both God of the human and a faceless creature, was forced to add a face by the other two gods that represented rapid Time. It died after the process, but a whole world was born from his demise This piece as well as the installation together are a result of my thoughts on the many versions of the appearance of the creature, and on the philosophy of primordial confusion and chaos, i.e. Hùn Dùn.