2016年榮獲文化部遴選為「Art Taipei | 2016 Made In Taiwan-新人推薦特區」藝術家，參與臺北美術獎(2011)，台灣雙年展(2012,2016)，2016年受邀上海金橋國際商業廣場現地製作「微型百貨O2O」，2017、2019年受邀參與台灣FB辦公室創作計劃(FB AIR PROGRAM)將台灣特有的風景化為具共感記憶的裝置呈現。
Wu Chien-Yi, born in 1987 in Taichung, Taiwan and graduated from the Graduate In-stitute of Plastic Arts, Tainan National University of the Arts. I focuses on daily phe-nomena and culture, and the relationship between thinking icons and their interfaces and codes, and organizes contemporary adhesive tapes to form visual images with a special vocabulary. The series of works called “Mini Store" explores the codes of the network consumer culture. "The Poem of Grilles" displays the folk aesthetics of Tai-wan's black window grills. Recently, I has developed products with strong regional characteristics through creating in both domestic and overseas villages, and installa-tion art created on site.
In 2016, she was selected by the Ministry of Culture as an artist of the Art Taipei “2016 Made in Taiwan - Newcomer Recommend Artist” and participated in the Taipei Fine Art 2011, and Taiwan Biennial 2012 and 2016. In 2016, she was invited to the Shanghai Life Hub @ Jinqiao to produce the "Mini Store 020". In 2017 and 2019, I was invited to the FB AIR PROGRAM of Taiwan to present the scenery unique to Taiwan as an installation with shared memories.
創作自述 Artist Statement
Window of the Boundary
白天隨著周遭的植物、光影，呈現各種隨時間變化的視覺樣態 ; 夜晚則利用紫光燈照射，使螢光部分的圖像從圖案裡跳出來，將夜間閃爍的自然風物彰顯出來，當其空間轉換姿態，視覺變化妝點出新的觀看方法。
Boundary is a window installation made on-site, which uses the change of the perspective to narrow the window scene under the change of time sequence. The overall work uses the natural changes of the ground surface, the boundary and the transformation of the moon, to outline its landscape, using various colors and paper tape to collage forest plants, forming a symmetrical, panoramic view of the image, the pattern is derived from the energy hidden on the ground Thinking, and integrating hydrology, planting, plant window frame patterns, etc., using the creative method of tape color block collage, abstract geometric color blocks are improvised to form the moss images and plants growing from the cracks on the ground. The flowing natural energy such as underground hydrology extends it to the surface, and uses the interaction of the plants outside the original window with the sunlight to produce light changes, bringing out the rich growth appearance of the plants.
In the daytime, with the surrounding plants, light and shadow, it presents various visual patterns that change with time; at night, it uses purple light to illuminate, so that the image of the fluorescent part jumps out of the pattern, and the natural scenery that flickers at night is highlighted. The space changes postures, and the visual changes make up to point out new ways of viewing.