表象─居於、鄰近表面，或其之上（Superficiality: being at, on or near the surface）
In May Heek’s talk, she will focus on surface qualities, sensory experiences and indirect ways of perceiving our surroundings through reflectiveness and light. By directing viewers’ experiences of both the materiality and the digital space, work can attempt to generate and stimulate perceptual and bodily movements towards the digital device. How to visually present the language of the digital? Looking at the sampling, sliding and bouncing effect of often formal looking images online. By pointing at the surface, she looks into the potential to overcome superficiality with pure superficiality that brings forth a deep focus.