“Marginalization” was originally a relatively abstract concept, but in life it is extremely true and shifts to tagging; “marginalization” can describe everything with no recklessness and is a very “elastic” vocabulary. “Emotion” is a collective term for a person’s subjective cognitive experience. It is rich and exciting, and it changes rapidly. “Emotion” affects the state of people, things, and things. It is like red and yellow pills and it treats different things in different contexts. I was sick but was swallowed up by other diseases. It was born every day and died. The “edge emotions” represent a state and a phenomenon. It is a mixture formed by knowledge, cognition, subconsciousness, external force and other agents. It becomes an independent psychological state and to some extent becomes us. One of the “criterions” of life. It cannot be simply distinguished by “good or bad” or “right or wrong”. It seems to me that it is a “method”. It is very practical and can help me to interpret the world. Of course, this method requires audiences who are willing to enjoy together. They share similar goals and have different attitudes toward odorless life. “Edge emotions” are by no means derogatory, they are states that every living life has. It may be a moment or a normal state, but in any case it should be learned to enjoy this phenomenon. It is like an egg, shell and heart exchange, The shell becomes soft, the heart becomes hard, do you still need such nutrition? Like a river, water exchanges with stone, the water becomes hard, the stone becomes soft, do you like this kind of rogue? …Nothing is absolute, protect your “edge emotions”! This is not a pathological condition, but a language of dialogue with myself…

EDGE EMOTION

There is a kind of emotion that is marginal,autistic,and lonely.
This is a selfish feeling.
It is afraid of being seen by others.
Each of us has this emotion and it will always grow with us.

Plan : Feng Jun Xiang
Photographer : Feng Jun Xiang
Make up artist : Loturis
Model : Loturis

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