Is the past, with its traditions and culture, more valuable than the present? By stepping into a curtained space, the audience is invited to have a personal engagement with a dual-faced portraits of two human faces. In the light, the portraits are incorporated with fantastical motifs and patterns that responds to ancient and traditional cultures. When viewed in the dark, the detailed lines and patterns are reduced into minimal neon facial outlines. These representations of the same human face corresponds to the discourse between old and new, as well as modern and contemporary. Having more than 6 years of art education and experience, Edwin is a 20 year-old art student who has a keen interest in illustration. Admiring various artists such as Gustav Klimt, Aubrey Beardsley and Marina Abramović, he believes that art should be nurtured by knowledge within and outside itself, and be wholesomely informed by other fields of study like social science and technology. He aspires to delve into professional art-making as well as community outreach in the future.