It’s not a good thing. It’s better.

What is a better life? It’s not that people today don’t want something better, it’s we’re gradually losing the ability of leading one, from both physical and mental.

The project is aiming for giving recommendations for a better life - less efficient, less serious, less nervous and more freedom. I play with my photos and express one idea visually, and curate one artwork done by others with similar topics.

Read the background in the end.

Talk for three hours like nobody needs you

Multitask anytime on streets

Shout out to whatever you think is beautiful

Carry a glass of alcohol outside

Take off clothes and take it down

Get wet then stay dry

Read at the most crowded place in town

Select an usual driving destination and walk there

Take an afternoon to throw away redundants

Stop at an outdoor place and watch children playing

Devote a solid amount of time to hobbies

Dress something else like nobody watching

Pause an hour on thinking about the future

Dive further into the favorite fews

Play or enjoy an entire game

Wish memories a best vacation

Save all the efforts on rating

Review what being told then follow instinct

Value contentment more than expectation


Chill the faak down. Life moves on.

That was a very recent family meeting. My dad was watching a video via a news media on his phone and I was writing a working email.

“Where are your earphone dad? Too loud.”
“Where are yours?” He asked me. I astonished.
I heard a similar joke before but that happened in a subway with a crowd. I was annoyed at two seconds then I realized something-something totally uncool about me. I see my family once in two years and, are we going to argue on an unplugged phone? When did I become so picky about behaviours? especially to the closest ones? Will I rate him a 4.8 out of 5?

Live cooler.

ITBE | 2019