“A professional art administrator can never be without a black marker.” I said as I took out a new marker. It was a familiar scene: it was midnight; I thought I was working on my day job, but I was actually asleep. It was February 2015, and the artworks appeared in my dreams. As someone who often structured my creative context with objects, I started recording these objects that emerged in my dreams, hoping to understand the meaning of it all and which objects during my waking moments contributed to the images of my dreams. The objects in my dreams included daily commodities and unusual objects. An interesting text started to appear throughout the different categories of dreams: as someone who dreams a lot during sleep, I often procrastinate the contents of my to-do list during my dreams. Therefore, items related to work naturally become objects that are closest to reality, performing the most “realistic” dreams. This solo exhibition uses these work objects that appeared in my dreams throughout the years as a way to document this period of my life: post-graduation and before reaching the age of thirty. After leaving school, I worked as an artist, teacher, art administrator, curator, constantly switching roles in the world of art. During the daytime, I work hard to play each role; at night, I am still weaving one-third of my life story in the distorted time and reality of dreams. Following the system of art, random objects enter my dreams and continue to create new versions of time and space. I paste together different memories with white glue while subtly forming the objects of my dreams into an intermediary that leads to a world that although is experienced personally but invites others to participate. Through videos, the element of time is repaired and forms a realistic existence in time and space.