In this exhibition, Owen Fu presents a subtle transformation and fusion of his artistic practice, transitioning from brushwork and expression that leans more towards Western art to a visual style rich in Eastern charm and texture. In his paintings, he frequently portrays hidden desires and “Geisttiere that dwell in the void" in his artworks. The vacant depths of eyes in his works symbolize unknown time and desires, while the lines metaphorically convey entangled relationships and sentiments. Each of these elements resonates deeply, evoking a sense of profound emotional connection. Gazing into indescribable eyes, images of well-known folk stories, songs and poems are invoked – such as “The Butterfly Lovers,” "Butterflies Loves Flowers,” "Night Rain: Sent North” about trimming the candle by the western window. These elements form a bittersweet and melancholic emotional experience, summoning a "beast of the heart" within desire. Simultaneously, the direct application of pigments onto coarse linen corresponds to the traditional Chinese practice of painting in ink on paper, furthering reminiscence of traditional Chinese art.