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Do-Ho Suh:I think in the video he talked about his father is also a successful painter, he hopes to be able to escape his father’s shadow and do something of his own, I think in his works he actually has a strong desire to express the individual Independence and uniqueness, just as he wished he could be distinguished from his father. In his Fabric Housework HOME, we can see his understanding of how individuals occupy the space. Through the use of soft fabrics to restore the house he once lived in to express a nostalgic theme, as well as the opposition and intersection of personal space and public space. Especially in his second work, people can walk on glass panels supported by countless little people. The facial expressions of the villain do not show pain or oppression. This lifting posture actually expresses a positive weight-bearing and a positive sense of responsibility.Cai Guo-Qiang:We have talked before about the monuments, part of that is the main impulse for setting monuments is to free people from that memory. It turns private memory into public memory and