My visual storytelling sequences ensure the authenticity of each image while making all the neighbouring images in the sequence challenge each other, based on the facts themselves that they represent. For example, when the viewer views the fourth photo (Frame 4), they would assume that the fact is that a photographer is taking a picture of a girl. But when they view the fifth photo (Frame 5), they would realise that the fourth one is a photo from a mobile phone that is being viewed. This sequence can be viewed either from the first image (Frame 1), from front to back, or the last image (Frame 9), from back to front. It can even start with any of the images in the middle. The key idea is embedded in the infinite loop formed by sequences, which also symbolises the dialectical relationship between fact and authenticity. In other words, the content that has authenticity is not necessarily the whole of reality.