The artist is an Amis tribal stone sculpture creator. He has devoted himself to save traditional indigenous culture through stone sculpture. His style of stonework is full of life tension and makes cold stone intriguing and thought-provoking between dynamic and static complexions. Tribal stories are especially his subjects of creation. The work “Tally & Its Counterpart” uses the imagery of Taiji (Absolute or Supreme Ultimate) to take the white of alabaster and the black of darker serpentine to bring out the symmetry of yin and yang. The unique harmony comes from the primitive life impetus in the universe that makes life energies grow continuously. The work also integrated ancient Chinese philosophy of Taoism; when viewers appreciate it at tranquil space, it would be more provocative for viewers to contemplate.
- Administration： Hualien County Cultural Affairs Bureau Keep
- Location：Hualien County Cultural Affairs Bureau Campus