Sung Eun Chang graduated from University of Paris, and has exhibited her work in many solo exhibitions. Using space as the subject, Chang’s Spatial Measure series demonstrates how people’s thoughts and life styles change with shift in their surrounding spaces. She focuses on the fact that space, a man-made construction, affects people, and that an individual becomes numb to the size or value of the space under his or her subjective observations. In Rue Visconti (2006), the artist lined up 19 young people side by side, expressing the narrowness of the space. Although the road is large enough for a car to pass through, the narrowness of the street is only a subjective observation of the individual. The artist explores how people perceive space in daily life through such retrogressive and cyclical structure that affects the physical body in the end. Chang focuses on how we become unaware of our surrounding space and environment, and attempts to measure space through the human body. Recording spaces that only humans and life can measure, Chang experiments with how humans perceive and respond to spaces and matter.