“I am very happy I hope you are too” is a e-textile project for an art residency in Arquetopia, Oaxaca, Mexico 2013: A sense of “intimacy” and dialogs made of LED text scroller are put together on fabric, this fabric has become a platform to carry digital informations which are quoted from my email and SMS relate to my personal ex-relationships. This is my first try to put personal memory, fact and technology together. This project is also a collaboration with Bendui Art Toy, the form is reference to Mexico shaman.
“Taipei is fun as usual, hope you are having fun in mexico too and growing in confidence and self recognition. when i think of us, i wonder and bewildered lots, but without nostalgia nor regret, i have smile on my face. see you sometime in the future hopefully maybe, if life will bring us face to face again, i am very happy i hope you are too.”
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