Wai Yi Chung (b. 1998) is a multi-disciplinary visual artist from Hong Kong. She is interested in facing challenges like the threat of AI takeover. Starting at the age of 8, she has been an enthusiastic high-level amateur Go player. The game of Go not only informs the black and white colour scheme and wood pieces or wooden structures in many of her works but also because of the rise of AlphaGo in 2016, she began to see AI as a learning tool rather than a mere rivalry. She invented her visual language, called the "entanglement", which mainly comprises intricate labyrinthine line drawings on various materials, physically and virtually, as an analogy to her life story and philosophical view of life and being. The entanglement is a “labyrinth” that only a human would be able to solve.