The Time We Spent Together
Wong Hiu Ching 黃曉晴
Bachelor of Arts in Creative Media
The time of being at present or in the past is not important. Showing who we are is not important. What or how is the relationship between us is not important. We can be anything that you may think we are. There is a feeling of ‘togetherness’ without being physically together; or another way round, an isolated feeling when we stay together. Is it possible to discover any other forms of communication between us, that are beyond just words or actions? We seldom really 'talk' to each other, and at the same time lots of needs are not being ‘heard’. Does that mean that we have a certain distance between us? Are we tolerating or accepting this?
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