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Amis artist, nicknamed Doudou. From the age of eighteen to Ximending, Taipei, she lived for twelve years. Relying on his keen sense of beauty and using original and natural materials as design elements, she became a well-known window designer in the department store industry. After meeting other aboriginal artists in 1996, she aroused her creative soul, and returned to the east coast to concentrate on creation and life. In 2002, she started the “Consciousness Tribe” with her close friends, and has settled near Dulan ever since. Starting from driftwood, she is good at using various composite media to explore the mysterious relationship between human spirituality and natural divinity. With more than 20 years of creative life, she not only participates in international artist exchanges and creations, but also has his creative footprints in domestic art museums and various exhibition spaces. Lu Bi’s creative process is not only for the final artwork, but also includes her self-interpretation and self-shaping of her own life. Not limited to a certain type, she always faces unexplored areas and breathes the freshest air.

  • 2022 Ruicheng Art Museum, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
  • 2021 “The distance between us and the future”, Pingtung, Taiwan
  • 2020 “Boundary Dulan: Imagination and Practice”, Taitung Art Museum, Taitung, Taiwan
  • 2020 The 5th Pulima Art Award
  • 2019 Kaohsiung International Container Art Festival, Kaohsiung Fine Arts Museum, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
  • 2018 Kaohsiung International Steel Sculpture Art Festival, The Pier-2 Art Zone, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
  • 2017 East Coast Land Art Festival “Beautiful Trap-Roses Spread”, Taitung Sugar Factory Ercang, Taitung, Taiwan
  • 2016 Pulima Art Festival “The Place of the Soul” Invitational Exhibition, Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
  • 2016 “Plant Paradise” Joint Exhibition, Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
  • 2016 The Third Pulima Art Award Invitational Exhibition Artist

Composite media
Dimensions vary by site

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