Bundle-Riddle is an installation work that uses audience's participation as a part of its art making process. Originally exhibited in a botanic garden in Oxford, the playful interaction between the artwork and the audience resembles that of children's game 'pass the parcel'.
Each Bundle-riddles are built with multiple layers of rice paper and wool. Each of them have a long paper tail with written instructions. The instruction is simple. Each layer of paper reveals a part of one riddle, which describes an object. The audience will unwrap each layers, trying to guess what kind of object the riddle is indicating. When all the layers are uncovered, Bundle-riddle will reveal the answer to its riddle, which was hiding in the heart of its round body all this time. After the exhibition the physical form of Bundle-riddle disappears, but its' existence will continue to reside in the memory of the audience.