Xiaohu Zhou, a prominent contemporary Chinese avant-garde artist, challenges the notion of a measurable sea within the undividable liquid expanse with his "Spatial Montage." Utilizing computers for artistic creation since the late 1990s, he ventures across various mediums, experimenting with clay animation, video installations, sculpture, painting, and performance art. Shaped by the profound impact of the Cultural Revolution and post-reform enlightenment, Zhou's works delve into conflict, contradiction, and paradox. Influenced by extensive literary and philosophical readings, he explores abstract concepts related to time, space, and the universe's origin. The current exhibition draws inspiration from Jorge Luis Borges' "The Garden of Forking Paths," delving into uncertainty, parallel time, and the sensation of multiple choices. Zhou's ability to penetrate conceptual obstacles, combined with his deep yet vivid visual style, results in distinctive and recognizable works that seamlessly traverse virtual and tangible materials.