Creation date : 2022
Materials : Waste wood, thermoplastic, UV-resistant paint, potting soil, seeds, embankment pebbles, rust-resistant iron base
Size : L3ｘW2.8ｘH2.1m
In this artwork, the relationship between mankind and nature, as well as a potential symbiosis of lives, are constructed through the “lifeless,” “deceased,” “sprouting,” and “life-supporting” mediums / textures / languages. The growth of a plant, beginning in the form of a seed, makes this artwork highly natural / organic.
She holds a master's degree from the Graduate Institute of Fine Arts of Taipei National University of the Arts, and her full-time job is in art creation. Use the organic fractal of nature as the creative visual vocabulary. Focusing on natural, color, and emotional expression, she often uses thermoplastic resins with high plasticity and plastic foaming agents. It showcases her unique improvisational relationship with the medium, and she was an artist-in-residence in galleries and art villages in the United States, Belgium, Korea, and Japan. She has also won the Merit Award of Taipei Art Awards, the ACC Asian Cultural Council Visual Arts Awardee, and the Ministry of Culture Public Art Creation Award.