Qian began collecting her daily wake-up and bedtime, as well as her bed, in October 2018, with the numbers being the date of each day and the blank spaces being the days when she was absent from home.
For Qian, the home space is a place full of poetry, as a daily position on a space, and in a certain degree, also her position in a period of time. In the space of the "house" there are countless compressed time, she began to hope to record these compressed invisible time, the trajectory of daily activities, but she realized that the so-called daily trajectory is only an imaginary concept, but what really attracts her is a process of reorganization of the daily space.
She wanted to complete a reorganization and imaginative reconstruction of her daily meetings with two defined points in time. She will continue this project until October 2019 and it will be her calendar for the year.