Shih Yung-Chun (b. 1978, Taipei, Taiwan; based in Taipei, Taiwan) works focus on deconstructing cultural symbols of different eras while assembling those elements that society has forgotten in his practice. He approached his works of art through the dual identities of recorder and producer. He combines the conflicting ideas of scarce resources and consumerism, innocence and reality, and beauty and sorrow into his work, bringing tension and depth to his pieces. Through his art, viewers are invited to see the trajectory of time, the cultural fusion, and reorganization of regional alienation that was present during this point in his life.