In our daily lives, we are constantly encounter with imagery, navigating through smart phone, monitors and texbooks, etc; everyday there are countless number of visual information being dumped into your awareness. These images are being infinitely reproduced and distributed, passing through your cognition filters to either be remained or to be trashed. I collect selective images in my material bank time to time. I can find almost everything I am interested in online. My painting often combine references sourced from this collection; my own photography or commercial illustrations with an array of seemingly random copies or vintage animation clip or screen capture from random twitter feed. These juxtapositions occur side by side or reconstructed on canvas. I am more interested in looking back my selection process; how I select and use these images artistically. The flow of images show and influence the way I make art, more specifically, influence the way I see or I live. The diversity of categories, media and historical references become materials to use. As this material bank is not only growing exponentially but it also evolves to compress its data into many layers of "seeing". These layers are always encountering each other and creating new context and flow. I am fascinated by this moment of encounter. This moment guides me to find out how I see.