This is a series of works that explore identities found in everyday life from different perspectives. The works are a portrait of myself as artist, wife and mother. These sculptures are inspired by the contrast between Taiwanese and American culture.
In the past, human beings built shelters for their families. Even in some cultures today, people still physically build shelters. As long as people have the ability to physically construct a home, or virtually build a home, we are always adapting and changing our environment. At the same time, our identities are also adapting and being changed by what surrounds us.
Photo courtesy of the artist.