This work is concerned with the relationship between man-made light and human living conditions. The light at night is a trace of human existence. There is a light, then there is a human. The artificial light is human’s interference and transformation of night. When night falls, I toss and turn in bed, observing the scenery outside the window. One and another light on and off, but I still awake through a long and bleak night. Between chaos and soberness, I saw the city starring tiny lights, glowing from the windows. Also heard all the light tiny sounds in the night. This work tries to build multiple realities of the night scenes. It is more like a physical landscape of night, including photography, sculpture, and soundscape.