Born in Taipei, Taiwan in 1998, I am currently pursuing a Master's degree in the Sculpture Department at National Taiwan University of Arts.
I specialize in photography, videography, woodworking, three-dimensional sculpting, mold making, and replication. My personal creative expression revolves around photography, video installations, spatial installations, and three-dimensional sculptures. The main focus of my work is to explore the relationship between the human body and space (architecture), utilizing the replication of the human body, photography, objects, and videos as composite media. By utilizing architectural spaces as the main subject, I aim to examine various aspects of spatial perception and bodily measurement in relation to human beings.