Oyster is a video work about compromises between outside and within the system. "I" died in the room surrounded by a small circle of food, clothes, products and other daily necessities. For the narrator who appears in the film, the visitor outside the room is the external space of the society, and the room itself is the internal space. The objects in the room are external evidence of his own existence, and the "dead body" serves as an internal evidence. The cultural gap the narrator experiences in the U.S. as an international student, is the external relationship between the narrator and the world, and his monologue in the video deals with the inner relations between the Ego and the Self. Shakespeare once said that "The world is your oyster," but the oyster brought to the narrator, is merely about the collapse of the systems and the increase in entropy.