In this era of information explosion, people's experience of life has become rapid and rough, seemingly losing some of the delicate "processes". Just as in discussing gender issues, many people have proposed spatial plans for gender equality, but everyone seems to only focus on physiological differences, ignoring the psychological dialogue. This design is a strip-shaped spatial design along the Kaohsiung Love River bank, starting from a psychological level (exhibition space) and then discussing the differences in physiological level (gender-neutral toilets). Finally, it is hoped that the exhibition will bring viewers an open-ended outcome, with limited freedom and a relationship between seeing and being seen, which I think is the most representative way of interaction between the sexes. In terms of spatial vocabulary, I continuously use these two things to manipulate the space. As an exhibition space, what remains of the space's functionality when the exhibition behavior leaves the space? When the spatial vocabulary hides the symbols I want to convey to the viewer, can the experimental exhibition field of the sexes become a permanent exhibition of the space? The biggest function of this design is to play a "medium role". In fact, these interactions between the sexes happen in our lives, but it seems that there is a layer of medium missing between people's feelings. I hope that after experiencing this space, viewers can feel a sense of shock, or because of the amplification of the senses, just like watching a movie or reading a book, and understand the text about gender relationships that I want to convey to the viewer in the space.