Mountain Spirits

Installation artist Wang Wen-chih takes inspiration from his childhood neighbourhood surrounded by mountains and proceeds to create his own art pieces that blend in seamlessly with nature.

Having grown up in the mountains of Chiayi, installation artist Wang Wen-chih weaves his memories of mountains and forests into his work. Using natural materials such as bamboo, rattan and wood, Wang creates his art with bare hands and collective labour. The huge spaces he constructs emit such deep and strong power that surprise and move countless visitors. This film follows Wang on his journey of creation.


Singing Chen: Director’s Q&A

Director Singing Chen will join our Taiwan Post-New Wave Cinema Project audience to answer questions on her featured works and share her perspective

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