Having grown up in Taipei and currently residing in London, I have intermittently returned to Taiwan over the years. During these visits, I have often documented the urban landscapes and streets of Taipei.
Discover 'The Dots - II,' Jack Lee's interactive art installation. Precision, polarised film, and servo motors craft dynamic waves, exploring human mobility. Custom designs available, dimensions variable.
Heartbeat Topography is a real-time audio visualization project that draws inspiration from Polyvagal Theory and aims to promote bodily and emotional security. It converts the detected heartbeat into visual topography to guide users in actively establishing a connection with their bodies. It serves as a guide, allowing people to observe and adjust their breath and heart rhythms to achieve a state of balance and relaxation.
Her work encompasses a broad range of technical and industrial processes, including electroforming, moulding making and die cutting, with a focus on the power of material and composition to shift entrenched understandings. Reilly reinvents the common place with elegant and often witty outcomes that can carry ambiguous functions.
Linye’s latest jewellery collection Unexpected Scent, investigates the relationship between fragrance and jewellery design. A collection of wearable scented jewellery is made by combining scented materials that have everyday scents known to the public with metals.
Miki Asai’s jewellery is inspired by intangible and those fleeting and changeable phenomenon, and how this portrays the nature of everything in the world. Her aesthetics and concept are strongly based on her Japanese aesthetic that finds beauty in impermanence, imperfection, transience and ephemerality.
The material uses a self-developed metal alloy to convert the physical effects of the metal to make it brittle and cracked. The result of mixing different formulations of metal affects the texture of the material, making it unique, and achieving a special texture effect by melting and destroying the surface of metal until the cracks appeared.
Hansel’s work focuses on queer culture in the Post-internet Epoch, in which the natural is shadowed by the body cult, deformation, subcultural signs and high gloss metal, and digital voodoo is materialised into fetish objects.