All the Blue Cats Look Like the Same Color, portrays an ongoing funeral to memorize the concept of losing vocabulary and our own voice through a series of choreographies by mannequins. It mainly focuses on how language influences our perception and on how to find the voice drowned out by the noise of the intangible machine.
As the internet becomes one of the most important platforms for us to communicate, he tries to question the new language system that was built along with the development of the internet and think about which voice actually belongs to ourselves. The Internet offers everyone an opportunity to express themselves and share their voice.
However, it becomes more about expressing emotion rather than critical thinking. It gradually becomes a giant rolling trolley that drags everyone into it. And can we still keep our sensitivity to each detail of this world?