Ip Wai Lung is a meditation enthusiast who embraces impermanence, as conventional religious beliefs are static, yet the world is constantly in flux. He intervenes with life by mediation in an attempt to process all the impermanence, queerness, and ambiguity the world throws at him. Through art Ip stages meditation, he detaches and engages with the consciousness and unconscious. This constantly shifting of roles, modes, and discipline is the backbone of his art works. His works might be plain and dry at first glance, yet there is a never-ending restlessness bursting from the seams.
Karma Cycle

Lifting, pushing, shoving, & running for the perfect BMI and body shapes, these rituals of modern day masculinity building, while performs by a Qian Dan, portrayed by Ip for the first time in costume, a man who play the female lead in Chinese Opera, it becomes struggles on a multitude of levels.  Beach ball spinning is beach ball stuck, trapped in this aimless browsing of ambiguity of the virtual space; unknowingly stuck in this mistful post-catastrophic utopia. Resembling protests against all dichotomies of gender, geographies, and contradictions among different eras. Karma is a Sanskrit term for “action” lead to inevitable results, both good and bad, that people experience in either this life or in reincarnation.