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Born in Haocha Tribe, Pingtung in 1968, she is a member of the Rukai tribe. She has settled in Dulan, Taitung for nearly 20 years. Using natural and rustic materials as creative materials, she is good at using natural materials such as driftwood and plant fibers for creation, combining sculptures, installations, landscaping art and other forms, implying a strong reflection on the relationship between self-seeking and land, fully embodying the “materials” “Nature also adopts the artistic spirit of “Tao” nature. Her works are always full of infinite tension and explosive force. In recent years, he is a contemporary artist who has been recognized by international art and academics.

  • 2021 Rift Valley Land Art Season, Taitung, Taiwan
  • 2019 “International Indigenous contemporary art”, National Gallery of Canada, Canada
  • 2018 Taipei Biennale, Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taipei, Taiwan
  • 2018 Art Festival on the Slope, Pingtung, Taiwan
  • 2018 Wild Rhizome─2018 Taiwan Art Biennale, National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Taichung, Taiwan
  • 2018 “Between Dreams and Dreams”, National Museum of Prehistory “Wandering Seeds: Movement and Migration – Stories from Places to Others” special exhibition, Taitung, Taiwan
  • 2018 “The Sea Over There”, East Coast Land Art Festival, Taiwa
  • 2017 “Island Invisibility” Taipei Museum of Contemporary Art, Taipei, Taiwan
  • 2017 “Rewoven: Innovative Fiber Art”, New York, USA
  • 2017 “A Connection of Interactive Imagination”, Huadong Original Life Festival, Taiwan

Cotton rope, nylon rope, wool, metal, stone
Dimensions vary by venue

《Love and Hope》2022 World Women’s Art Festival
WE/WOMEN – From Prehistory to HERstory
2022.06.25 – 09.21
National Museum of Prehistory