Quilling is a paper roll art technique that uses paper strips to make circles, curves by curling and folding, paste them on cardboard to present the 3D effect of the work. This work of art used 1 cm wide colored paper strips, to make large and small rolls to draw lines with dots, draw surfaces with lines, make dense paper rolls through a variety of permutations and combinations of size, shape, color contrast. She tried various methods to find a way that can express gradient colors, and finally made this rolled paper work break the paper's restrictions on gradient colors.
Turtle Granting, Colorful Silk Granting, Safety Granting. The unsophisticated Penghu inherits the emotions of generations and collective memories over the past hundred years. The veins of the turtles are portrayed with the wave patterns, meaning that every struggling fisherman on the sea can ride the waves to come back safely. The colorful stacking and clustering represent the richness of marine resources, praying that this island and ocean can forever coexist and prosper, and hoping that through praying over the crystal ball everyone wishes can come true.
Evolve is a cosmic kaleidoscope that changes colors as viewers walk by. At dawn, Evolve refracts sunlight into a dichromatic rainbow throughout the lobby of Leidos Inc. Visitors are welcomed in with playful colored shadows that move throughout the day. Evolve is gracefully suspended by aircraft cable, and uses NASA developed dichroic Plexiglas to create a space age feel. The sculptures apex features a Penrose triangle proving that this once thought impossible object can, in fact, exist.
White veins in river stones lead to random patterns on the surfaces. The selection of certain river stones and their arrangement transforms these patterns into symbols, in form of Latin letters. This is how words and sentences are created when stones are in the right position next to each other. Language and communication arise and their signs become a supplement to what is already there.
At the invitation of government, doTa designed this installation artwork using salt crystals presenting the culture of Budai County, Taiwan. The mahogany wood is used to create a tapered frame that connects the crystallized salt to form a truss structure that can be extended freely. When the sea breeze blows, it rotates according to the wind direction and strength of the wind, chasing the light and the shadow, and the sound of BuDai County.
The dynamic arc adds a simple flavor to the chaotic city. Two spheres are placed at the bottom of both sides to make the arc have tension. The sphere itself has the desire to occupy the surrounding space, which makes it possible to think whether the curvature of the arc is caused by the two spheres. The elegant lines add a sense of interest and beauty to the square city.