創作 Video by：高俊宏 Kao Jun-honn
在「 2013港深城市\建築雙城雙年展」（ 下稱：建築雙年展 ）北角碼頭展場旁邊有一本《地獄遊記》，它將做為此事的開端。
A book, Journeys to the Under-World (also called Voyages to Hell), placed aside exhibition area at North Point Ferry Pier of 2013 Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism\ Architecture Hong Kong (UABB) unveiling this happening.
UABB’s opening was held at Energizing Kowloon East Office (EKEO) in Kwun Tong on 11 December, 2011. An exhibitor, Alice Ko from Taiwan was evicted during this formal event, which attracted my attention as a Taiwanese artist taking part in a residency programme in Hong Kong. I, in the meantime, respect also the artists who withdrawn from UABB. When art and cultural industries is becoming a kind of economic salvation in Taiwan, UABB is not merely about economy, but implicitly more about politics (implying the way how China imagines the future of Hong Kong) after my investigation of it.
An installation named, "Kama Mirror" is the first checkpoint in hell, which can depict all sins of a person throughout his/her life. Chen Chieh-jen mentioned it as an ancient image surveillance system that I couldn’t agree more. The eviction process reproduced in my video attempting to reflect issues of political economy derived from UABB by emphasizing unreasonable action of “that lady” (suspected of plain-clothes police, secret police or security guard). Though this was part of the conflicts incurred by UABB, “that lady” was presenting/ implying the drive of UABB, Chief Executive’s Office or more probably of widening disparity between the rich and the poor. “That lady” only could not represent herself.