A piece of art writing, titled It’s ok to fall, is based on dialogues she conducted with other participating artists in the exhibition, 'language but no words' at the Space Mom Museum in Chungju in Korea. This art writing extends an imagination of gravity and falling in use of every day life.
There are two main characters: Muni (the name can be translated as Patterns) and Garu (which can be translated as Dust). Muni is undertaking a journey to a zero-gravity training facility in Shankill, Ireland; Garu works as a home-visiting psychologist. Taey continues her investigation of falling by taking a series of photographs.