Silk Road is a carpet woven by sewing hundreds of ties that have been collected since January 2015 through SNS. The tie is intertwined with various memories and stories. On the carpet spread out in the exhibition hall, visitors will be put on the overpass or walk barefoot. The memories when the audience opened the closet as diverse as their lives, including the story of their father, who retired and no longer has any place to go back to, the tie he spent organizing his memories in his late father's closet, and the tacky but memorable ties he wore when he was in his first year in society. The ties on someone's neck are sewn together, leading to specific events such as the time and space of the people who wore them. And as soon as you move onto it, the audience unwittingly falls into the time and space of the place. A tie is a device that projects the life of countless people, their stories, and even the life of a treading audience. an audience of writers and works It becomes a channel of endless communication and a beginning without its boundaries.