Ah Wa (Valleys and Fields)
In the aborigine language of New Zealand, “Ah Wa” means valleys and fields. A simple image is formed by combining inverted triangles made from irregularly trimmed stones with a red square base. The artist draws on the impression of a huge/tiny duality to present natural grooves and human imprints in the wedges of flowers at the center of the work. Furthermore, this enables viewers to experience the on-the-ground style of an exotic culture.
- Administration： Hualien County Cultural Affairs Bureau Keep
- Location：Hualien County Cultural Affairs Bureau Campus