The chaos in the early days of the pandemic has increased our already accelerated digital experience, as reported government guidelines and testing figures changed rapidly on live news. Yet, the increased digital temporality clashed with our repetitive everyday life in the physical world during the lockdown. To express the co-existence of the conflicting temporalities, Guo made an artwork titled Temporal Collision between March and April. Unfortunately, following the second wave in England, progresses made in social distancing were lost, and facing a second national lockdown, it felt as though things have returned to how they were in March. This work, Temporal Collision: Déjà Vu? fused the footages taken during the first lockdown with the second to show the irony and the frustration of this situation.