Initiated by gazing into Harrison Lake on a dark winter night, Void Invasion projects the psychological and emotional complexity of death onto the visual representation of
nothingness. Darkness can reflect one’s nihilistic perceptions, bringing out conflicting
states of mind: sentimentally fearing the fragmented memory of losing loved ones, while secretly excited by the inevitable dark end of being swallowed unknown. Void Invasion presents this co-existing charm and terror in the unknown void dimension and its seemingly infinite prospects.