Bicheng Liang's work focus on the subtle traces of time beneath landscapes and natural materials, which leads to approach the exploration of the intuitive spiritual experience. Inspired by geology, ecology, and traditional Chinese philosophy, he uses organic materials such as rocks, petrified wood, logs, and plants to create. The texture, weight, color, temperature, and volume of an object, for him, are all the externalization of the time that it holds -- a stone, a piece of wood, are all containers of time. In the work “Standing Trees, Weeds, Streams and Uplifted Rocks”, he screen-printed images of landscapes onto the profiles of the large woods to reveal the concepts of time that seem static yet grow and change slowly and surely and immortalize the insignificant moments in nature. As an immersive work, it engages people to walk into it, touch it, and even smell it. In the intersection and parallelism of the multisensory, our feelings synchronize within a fleeting moment.