While I was visiting, there were two artists from Taiwan working in the space. Chen Shao-yi who was delicately painting ceramic doll heads with intricate floral patterns that, according to her postcard, she later composed into freaky wall installations...
And Su Su-jen who was weaving bamboo into a lamp-like sculpture. Su-jen's postcard was proclaiming the benefits of working with bamboo, a renewable material with infinite shaping and manipulation possibilities. And while she was forming a long oval like shape, her postcard imaged a couch-like shape composed of several formed spheres.
Patrice Yourdon sews together small wearable objects of nylon mesh then pierces the nylon mesh with dozens of drywall screws. A process she considers to be both masculine and feminine.
Li-Rong Liao designs and constructs furniture from origami folds. All those folds must make these pieces pretty strong, right? The grey piece has glass resting on top of it. I wonder how much weight can sit on top of it??