Nine-Tiered Pagoda: Spatial and Visual Magic consists of nine exhibitions. As the first project of the series, it is a spatial presentation based on the works of the art group PSFO. In this exhibition, PSFO presents the portrait of Mr. Zheng, a digital composite of the five members of the group. It is the personification of the idea that "We become I." The exhibition proposal responds to Mr. Zheng with a collage of five typical collectivist spaces (water house, canteen, screening room, barbershop, and bathhouse), creating a blue corridor that could showcase PSFO's artworks of diverse mediums. Five different collectivist spatial elements are extracted and juxtaposed in this blue corridor. Different buildings and artifacts are juxtaposed to create coincidences and relations, forming a new "species." Parallel mirrors are set at both ends of the corridor, generating the visual illusion of infinite extension within the limited space and a playground of forms accommodating detached contents. It transports the viewers to a familiar past and a strange dream simultaneously.