I am a designer and artist from Taiwan, working through architecture, 2D&3D graphics, illustration and art film. I am currently doing my MFA degree in Contemporary Art Practice at Edinburgh College of Art.
Influenced by the methodology in architecture design, my practice is based on humanism and social science but developed into an expressive narrative. My current artworks highly focus on landscape change and environmental issues. From the domestic scale of gardens to the global scale of climate change, I aim at exploring the invisible interactions between nature and humanity through fieldwork, and to think about how do human forces intrude into the environment. I am also interested in using diverse materials to interpret the landscape I see, such as drawing an underground river, printmaking a monoprint of fallen leaves, and making a sculptural book of an extinct volcano.
Through my interpretation, the information behind the landscape is able to be read.