When I thought really hard about a sculpture being “zero product, zero consumption, and zero impact,” the idea came to me. I cut, sewed, and created a simple long black line out of just a single pair of woman’s jeans. I took it out to the public and documented the process. Through the experience, the line became a metaphor for life. Its ever-changing state will never end up being a stop-dead product. It keeps morphing and creating connections between the line, the artist, and the accidental audiences.
It has created many beautiful moments. It once was a social statement. It once made someone burst out laughing. It once was gentle graffiti with no environmental impact.
This is an on-going project. I'll keep working on this while documenting various encounters.