In He Cairou's works, this phenomenon has been further developed. In He Cairou's "20200529", a smartphone set as a timer and ticking non-stop is placed in the pocket of a white shirt. This ticking flow that conveys time may be the sound of a heartbeat from afar, or it may be a time bomb that is about to explode. "20200804" (Fig. 9) is closely related to the huge main visual wall (the wall marking the curatorial discussion and the location map of the exhibition site) in the exhibition hall.
This work starts with a red wire, extends along the edge of the main visual wall to the ground, cuts a diagonal line, and then develops vertically color correction services to the ceiling, so this red wire with tension divides the exhibition into two parts This part is also like a border with magic. 9__A corner of the first exhibition room Photo Credit: Provided to Martian Anthropologists Figure 9: A corner of the first exhibition room The line then hung down from another location on the ceiling, and the small light bulb at the end of the line fell just above the surface of the water in a transparent water glass. As long as it was a little lower, the light bulb seemed to be about to explode.
Her two works combine the visible or invisible lines in the entire exhibition, the various and ever-changing uncertain energies and messages that are transmitted, or it may also be warmth, or some dangerous characteristics or Ideas, expressed in a rather thematic way. The policy blueprint for electrification of transport vehicles has never been limited to the locomotive industry. The government has long started to promote the electrification of large passenger cars and buses, and has also provided incentive measures such as tax reduction or subsidies for electric vehicles. Electric locomotives have the largest number in Taiwan. , The mobile vehicle with the highest density is also in the list of transformation and upgrading.