This Too Shall Pass is an installation consisting of an assemblage piece of bed and oxygen concentrator that explores the collision of reality with fiction whereby the past coexists with the present in the form of memory, thus the past is virtual. A fictionalised image of that artist's late grandfather through the representation of a bed alongside an oxygen machine. Being alienated from the human society, he was always confined to his bedroom, trapped in bed. The use of artificial materials like tapes gives it a surreal look, like it does not belong here. The blanket then becomes something that grounds her from the past, being aware of the reality that she is living in. The contradictions of empty and full, heavy and weightless, inside and outside becomes particularly prominent in the work.