People come and go in big cities, leaving all these objects behind. I planted on items collected from friends who left the New York city, using agar flowers. Their traces remain as nutrition that help all the beautiful bloom, and as examples of guidance for the after-comers.  This two lamp bases purchased by my close friend, Emma and Erika, respectively, from a home good wholesaler in 2018, and I obtained them in the summer of 2020, during the pandemic, when everyone was rushing out of the city. It has been  a ceremony of  remembrance for me to plant on objects once belonged to an acquaintance. With the agar flower making system, which coordinate with natural forces, air and water, I was able to create a lively floral lamp that gave an object forever prosperity.  

From Emma. Slide to see more
From Erika. Slide to see more