In my installation works, I spatialize recorded sound to externalize my interiority and to gauge the physical space. I use image, video, performance, and writing to further transform the space into a heterotopic site. These works are open-ended, inviting the viewers to take parts with their own subjectivities. Audio as a material, its substance, vibrational property, and auditory procedure, are emblematic information to process other tangible materials, such as aluminum, paper, and found objects. My sound sculptures are inner sounds materialized in visual forms. Stretched out and slowed down in time and space, these objects speak their alter-egos in noise and silence —— two contradicting yet connected margins in soundmaking.