With the publicity and development of information industry, Wei has acutely realized, alone with steps of Allen Kaprow and Lawrence Weiner, the conflict of consumerism and ideology has permeated to the most normal everyday life. The advancement of technology permits desire to rage among the world, yet the revival of Chinese culture breeds in a westernized way of living. For him, all kind of impetuosity and anxiety of ideology encounter consumerism, they separate, distort, embrace and collide in daily life. However, all of these is usual and no exceptionally, each of them is one of many everyday enthusiasm standards. All the turbulence attracts him profoundly, and therefore, his work is more like an amiable oral poem employing ordinary and familiar daily objects. Occasionally, a slight sigh towards household, a grieve over passing time, or a lyric of tender love would slip out, and sometimes, reflective and critical thinking of simulacra society, consumerism and capitalism would slop over.