In 2020, she graduated from the Institute of Ethnic Art, School of Arts, Donghua University. Using patchwork combined with pottery techniques to create composite media, the work is based on the migration of the Sagalan (Sakalan) tribe of the Paiwan tribe in the north. The oral tradition of the Dalimalau family explains how to interpret the beauty of the ethnic group and understand the cultural connotation from its own cultural context. The aesthetic experience and colors shown in the background and family oral stories are used in the practice of personal patchwork creation to explore and see the artistic creation of modern ethnic groups.
Continue to care about women’s issues and tribal art performances, and then create an island art space with friends. Islander Art Force provides high-quality, professional art performance space, handles contemporary art, aboriginal culture exchange performances, lecture forums, contemporary craft design, tribal Inheritance and teaching of traditional crafts, as well as individual creation exhibitions, aim at the exchange of Taiwanese aboriginal culture and Pacific contemporary art.
- 2021 “Starting Point” Creative Exhibition＼Islander Art Space
- 2021 Pulima Art Festival “Wrapping the Mountain” co-produced “The Blanket of the Excavator”
- 021 “Frame” Four-person Group Exhibition＼Donghua Corner Art Festival
- 2020 “Other Country” “A Grand Ceremony of Silence: Gender Mirror in Aboriginal Contemporary Art” Group Exhibition＼Taoyuan Aboriginal Cultural Center
- 2020 “Samilingang” Double Solo Exhibition＼Hualien City Aboriginal Culture and History Museum
- 2020 Donghua University Graduated from the Department of Arts and Creative Industries