3D Animation、Digital Sound
2017 "Dramaturgy·Body Rewritten Contemporary Art", Lee Gallery, Taipei
Goddess of Eve Clone uses 3D animation to represent the large statue in The Book of Daniel, a biblical apocalypse: its head was made of gold, its chest and arms of silver, its belly and thighs of bronze, its legs of partly iron and partly baked clay, which symbolizes the glorious and dominant country. Moreover, for exhibiting the evolution and generative process of its artificial life, the artist puts a constantly changing time code on the statue’s head, as well as displays the manuscripts and 3D rendering processes to represent the Goddess of Eve Clone is enlivening and living in real time. The background music employ poems to satirize its sacredness, which refers that the technological dominant countries created by human have already become the proud Goddess who was worshiped by humans.