Teahouse is an exploration of the role of images in contemporary communication. Teahouse itself used to carry the attribute of gathering people and being a space for communicate, but today's teahouse has almost lost such attributes. For this project, the intention for using teahouse as a place for communication has created a sense of dislocation of time, which is just in line with the great changes that current communication is experiencing. Under the premise of the coming of the epidemic, flat images occupy most of the scenarios where people communicate. Image itself suddenly starts to carry a lot of disorderly and important information, and their role in information transmission has been infinitely amplified. Images appear in every link of communication, they are generated, changed and used as tools, they transform from solid to flat, infinite to unique, real to virtual, creating a new and impactive virtual ecology. The uncertainty brought by this process of changing along with the interaction between human and machine made images, obscures the authenticity of the communication and brought us interests in exploring.