Tsang Yat Wing, Jonathan 曾逸榮
Story of Stone
Identity is not nature.
The contours of the stone man’s face change from blurry to human-like, and the shape of the stone man’s head gradually develops to a more closed form. During this transformation, crucial memories are reappearing — shifting between reality and illusion — in his mind.
Identity can be determined not only by appearance, but also by values, visions, and beliefs. Story of Stone addresses the formation of my own identity through my life experiences.