A scene suggestive of something happening in the past; this is the situation of camouflage we have set our foot in. Shan Hur’s works are crafted by through calculation. Through the installation artworks, he creates a context which includes contradictions in daily life, noise in silence, strain in serenity, change in stagnation, and strangeness in familiarity. They coexist and collide at the same time. His works such as collapsed ruin and cracked column are put into extremely ordinary space of everyday life which has been flawlessly put together. This unusual combination arouses uneasiness in viewers mind. Thus, this meaningless and empty space is instantly transformed into a narrative room that is filled with question and curiosity. At this moment, viewers can use the scars artist put in space as indexical signs to analogize circumstantial reality which would have happened there, just like a tiny scratch on smooth pale skin. Depending on the construction types, these artworks are developed into two series:<Forgotten> and <Broken Piller>. Firstly, one of his major works, <forgotten> series, is installation artwork where unexpected objects are revealed once the neatly painted wall has been struck down by a strong force. Those objects, which trigger varied interpretations to archeological excavation, historical or accidental events, include blue-white porcelain, a brass, a coin, and even a basketball. However, what they have in common is that they are unrelated to either the collapsed wall or the space the wall belongs to. As a result, each viewer can come up with various explanations on possible cause-and-effect or historical significance of the destroyed wall and grant their own meanings derived from personal experience or socialized consciousness. From the context, tension created by fallen wall and its ruins and the situational factor where they were found, contribute to the overall theme of the work. That is why site-specificity plays such a crucial role in his work. Similarly, <Broken Pillar> series was created through extensive study and observation of existing space and thus strongly represents his intention. A broken pillar is vertically put onto horizontal space. Then the degree of tension has been maximized by making them look like they are going to collapse at any time.