Community Collaboration Project
Use green energy as the concept to connect Rhythm and energy, science and art, 0 and 1, circle and line, as well as structure and color. The work links the idea of circulation with the weaving technique and textile colors from the art aesthetics, and reproduce the circles sculptures from of Hula hoop tubes and daily objects. This is a collaboration work with students and teachers from Chang-Jung Christian University. It is about the activities of structure to deconstruction, and from weaving to co-creation. The work is part of the Shalun Arts Festival at the Research and product development of Ministry of Science and Technology in Tainan, Taiwan.