The video installation of Time Travel tended to create the disorder and displacement of time-past and present- in the same place but different objects and space, to constitute a number of contradictory and instantaneous moments. The audience can experience the time travel in the particular location and sight. It seeks to explore the disconnection of external experience and inherent perception. It also concerns with the relationship between memory, history, visual and location. The work attempts to create the conscious of present in a particular location, even sense of being in the world, or being indifferent and detached when facing the loss of time. An invisible area is created by auditory masking to reduce the distraction of conscious and sight. Long take, the juxtaposition of the video and place, and the simultaneity of forward and backward motion make time and space more undetermined. This kind of conflict is ambiguous and mysterious, which constitutes individual interpretation.