影像（Moving Images）：陈牧星野 MUXINGYE CHEN
音像（Sound）： 夏佳 JIA XIA
策展人（ Director）：汪梦茵 MENGYIN WANG
AAIE Contemporary Art Centre( Rome IT)
在虚拟空间与物理空间的重复运动中，主体将不再存在。未来空间已经在人们日常的生活中 占据主导地位，如同创作者陈牧星野自己的体会: “我逐渐适应于网络世界给予我的充实感，相反的，现实社会里的关系仅仅成为了满足特定功能的必需品而存在。” 实际上，主体的活动空间被压缩到了信息中，这里也可以说主体变为被动，信息变为频率。在一个封闭空间中（物 理上的和心理上的封闭状态）, 各个物体之间再无主次分明的关系，光与影、动与静、话语与思想都将在一个整体的关系中被打破和重塑，因为它们变成了细化分解后的像素点和代码 编辑的呼吸声, 形成了众多的自由移动个体间的具有生命力的场域。作品的游牧性在此展开、延伸, 它具有虚与实的双重性，象征着陈牧星野在后现代社会中的游牧状态，在差异中的重复， 在频率中的自由状态。
This is the first chapter of a sensory experiment that starts from real feelings, presenting a multi-dimensional and repetitive momentary state by means of the decomposition and interplay of all frequencies in space. It does not simply rely on digital models and pictorial language, but on the uncertainty of life to embrace a new reality of desert.
In the repetitive movement of virtual and physical space, the subject will no longer exist. The space of the future is already dominant in people's daily lives, as the creator Chen Mu himself experiences: "I am gradually adapting to the fullness that the online world gives me; instead, relationships in the real world exist as mere necessities to fulfil a specific function." In effect, the space of activity of the subject is compressed into the information, and here it can also be said that the subject becomes passive and the information becomes frequency. In a closed space (physically and psychologically closed), there is no longer a clear-cut relationship between objects; light and shadow, movement and stillness, words and ideas are broken down and reshaped in a holistic relationship, as they become subdivided pixel dots and code-editing breaths, forming a living field between a multitude of free-moving individuals. The nomadic nature of the work unfolds and extends here, with its duality of the imaginary and the real, symbolising Chen Mu's nomadic state in post-modern society, repetition in difference, and freedom in frequency.
Voice over : Jia Xia
There is nothing that is not a "that"; there is nothing that is not a "this." One cannot see oneself as a "that," but if one knows oneself, one knows what it is to be an other. That is why it is said, "That arises from this, and this also relies on a that." This is the explanation of how this and that are born in the same instant.