Pathway to Heaven Road
From a fragment of "Based on the True Events that Would Happen", within self-imposed constraints, movement will be influenced by the constraints of time and the weight of plastic boards. The body, engaged in labor, undergoes alterations in its actions. With cautious steps, it embarks on a reinvigorated challenge. Spreading out the orthopedic mats (Taiwanese would call it "Healthy Path" or "Road to the Heaven"), Within the repetitive back-and-forth trajectory, constant retracing is necessary to advance once more. The action of bending down to pick up objects becomes a recurring motion. Unfolding the object, also known as the Heaven Road, introduces two different subtle aspects. The path, which is commonly found in public spaces, evokes childhood experiences where stepping upon it was believed to be beneficial for physical well-being. The process involved a sensation of acidity and soft pain, akin to the sensory journey I personally undergo in the creative process. Simultaneously, the work is envisioned as an extended exploration in the realm of long-term creative research. The spatial arrangement incorporates objects previously utilized, reminiscent of a retrospective exhibition encapsulating the creative phases of recent years.
A dancer from Kaohsiung City Fengshan,Taiwan,working in the field of performing arts now. By researching a "action" form the body, to create sensation with linkage to past experience of the body. Recently, she have collaborated and worked with different individual artists, aiming to delve into and expand the boundaries of the body and dance. 2023 Resident Artist of Centre national de la danse Camping/myself/2022 TIFA's "2057:Rehearsing Ways of Living",created and performed "Based on the True Events that Would Happened" /NCCU ART CENTER "Before reaching" -Calling for Live Art, cooperated with Acid House/YU YU Dance Theater, choreographed and performed "Andante" /2020 Resident Artist of WeiWuYing Circus Platform.