Rice Set Theory is an artwork that explores the relationship between identity and conceptual boundaries. Created during the residency at the NARS Foundation in Brooklyn, the installation transforms the studio space into a large line diagram inspired by mathematical set theory. The use of rice as a symbolic material is a metaphor for my Asian identity and foreigner status living in New York City, inviting viewers to consider the complex relationship between culture and identity. The participatory nature of the installation adds an element of performance art, inviting the audience to walk around and through the work, disrupting the vulnerable rice boundaries and changing their shapes on the floor. Through this interactive experience, "Rice Set Theory" encourages viewers to reflect on the relationship between identity and the boundaries we create for ourselves and others, prompting questions about how these boundaries shape our understanding of ourselves and our relationships with others.