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KUO, KUO-HSIANG Dancing With Nature Public Art
Dancing With Nature Public Art is Bronze Design Award winner in 2020 - 2021 Fine Arts and Art Installation Design Award Category.
Dancing With Nature Public Art

The Infinity Symbol conveys the concept of endlessness and greatness. "Dancing With Nature" is a public art with wind structure, Pulsating with the breath of nature, the beautiful flowing curves overlap in the space. It was constructed with three sets of Infinity Symbol are transformed and intertwined with the intention of expressing the vitality and energy of National Museum of Natural Science. Its smooth and vivid shapes highlight the infinite freedom of scientific exploration, symbolizing the growth of scientific knowledge without limitation and convey an atmosphere that is fresh and rejuvenating!

Dancing With Nature Public Art
KUO, KUO-HSIANG Dancing With Nature
KUO, KUO-HSIANG Public Art
KUO, KUO-HSIANG design
KUO, KUO-HSIANG design
KUO, KUO-HSIANG

I like to think about how to integrate the interface of human life, landscape environment and space with public art from the creative process, and create a public art that can bring people good mood and memory through different types of creation and design. Balance makes the work a medium of emotional connection between man and nature. I believe that creativity will always be the forerunner of the progress of the times. Public art explains not only a creative idea, but also must contain the connotation of art and the rigorous craft spirit. This is my pure belief, attitude, and persistence. I hope that every creation, besides the process of pursuing excellence and perfection, is also an eternal classic.

National Museum of Natural Science

The National Museum of Natural Science is a public science museum located in the North District of Taichung City, Taiwan. It is the first science museum to be built under the National Twelve Construction Cultural Projects of the Republic of China. The pavilion area is composed of the Science Center, Space Theater, Life Science Hall, Human Culture Hall, Earth Environment Hall and Botanical Garden.