Inside Our Skin, which includes photographs printed on a piece of silk and a series of on-site installations, is a project that invites a new way of seeing our urban landscape. Inspired by my research in ancient Chinese blue and green landscape paintings, I montaged a group of urban panoramas on the silk to make a human-sized hanging scroll. Posing this piece of silk in the city, I exaggerate the masculinity embodied in the contemporary urban landscape, especially in architecture design. Then, I draped my body in this fabric in a private place, questioning its scale, sensation towards my surroundings.