Things happen only once, but there can be many interpretations about the same event. I have been interested in how history that we know shaped its form. Time is an essential element in the process of history coming into being. The contour of fact changes its shape with time, just as wine changes its flavor over time. Time might deform facts because time gives the possibility to legendarize and mystify facts. The relationship between what actually happened and written history is similar to the relationship between an artwork and the spectator's interpretation(s). Different spectators make different interpretations in front of the same artwork. These spectators, including art historians, curators, journalists , critics, and even artists themselves write and say their own different opinions about the same artwork. In my work, this relationship between artwork and audience, and between representation and perception has always been important.