The Nankan River, a river that carries the common memories of local residents, used to be so close with people and nurture the lives of locals. Unfortunately, with the advent of the industrial society, it had changed beyond recognition and thus been abandoned. Now, with the collective defense and protection, we are fortunate enough to have her back and embrace her again.
The work, resembling a mild and narrow eye, is intertwined with the Qingxi Bridge. The brightness and temperature of colors grants the eye a shade of jimsonweed, while infinite circles symbolize that life never ends. This Guardian Eye represents our admiration to and reliance on the Nature.
With students coming from both Taiwan and abroad, she has been invited to create works for special events, such as the 2017 NTCH Christmas event, Light Up the Night, as well as the 2018 and 2019 the Taiwan Lantern Festivals.