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The best distance to appreciate the moon. 

Blown glass, Electric torch
Dimension variable 

The best distance for appreciating the moon. (2018), Ice Wong Kei Suet

The best distance for appreciating the moon. is a site-specific interactive installation for the exhibition - Invisible


The exhibition Invisible questions the nature of the standard white cube situation or environment. By using the gallery elements as a frame of reference, ‘invisible" seeks to create a space for the audience to connect to the works actively." (the curatorial statement of "invisible", 2018)


Nature invariably creates a distance from humans. The creatures are terrific. Humans cannot leap over to look for the details. Distance fires up your curiosity, making you open your senses to observe as much as possible. The point you are now standing is the best distance for looking at the waning crescent inside the room. That is the perfect conjunction of the moment. 

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