Naai-Jung Shih Missing Julie Frame Installation
Missing Julie Frame Installation is Golden Design Award winner in 2017 - 2018 Fine Arts and Art Installation Design Award Category.
Missing Julie Frame Installation

This design presents a frame installation and an interface between indoors and outdoors, or lights and shadows. It delivers an expression while people looking out of a frame to wait for someone to return. Various types and sizes of glass spheres are used as a symbol of wishes and tears to imply the emotion that possible hides inside. The steel frame and boxes define the boundary of emotion. The emotion given by a person can be different from the way it is perceived just like the images in the spheres are upside down.

Missing Julie Frame  Installation
Naai-Jung Shih Missing Julie
Naai-Jung Shih Frame  Installation
Naai-Jung Shih design
Naai-Jung Shih design
Naai-Jung Shih

on the verge of academics and professional practice, educator and designer; a translator on behalf of 3D scan and RP

Naai-Jung Shih

Naai-Jung Shih is currently a professor in the Department of Architecture, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan.