I was inspired by a song called "Lo-Fi Times," which was generally about the lack of privacy nowadays and how we love to know about other people's lives. I took a line from the song, which was, in English, "other people's privacy is somehow appetizing, isn't it?" and wanted to turn it into an artwork.
In one idea, I wanted to use the term "fly on the wall," which means an unnoticed observer of a particular situation. So the idea was a fly with camera lens for eyes is eating syrup off of a mirror, and the mirror "reflected" what the fly was seeing. The syrup are in the form of people the fly is watching. I tried to have the people do something they do in private or something we shouldn't be seeing, like singing loudly or a couple having a moment together.