A puddle appears transiently after a rain, and provides that brief period of fun and imagination to children and artists alike.
The puddle reflects landscape, the sky, the light and a window that fluctuates with its environs. It offers a mode of perspective of an upside down viewer staring back into it.
When the viewer is made to realise the ‘non-existing’ qualities of the puddle, it is because there is something ‘existing’ around its surroundings reflected.
The puddle is a sculpture of itself by negating itself, and in its place new interactions of human, environs and art appear.
Location：PMQ, Hong Kong
Number of Stories：-
Size：3000mm x 2100mm