the moment I saw me (2014-15)

2-channel-videoinstallation (5’35”)

“ … Adopting a different yet similar approach, Hui Ye in The moment I saw me generates, via a mesmerizing double projection, the picture of a subject in continuous motion, always missing itself and finally encountering itself in a duplication situation where the figure is on the platform, while being in the train at the same time – a graceful and subtle parable of a nomadic being in search of itself. ” By the art historian, author and curater Sabine Folie for the group exhibition Double-Faced Imagery – A Fugue (wellwellwell Vienna, 2015).