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SPECIAL AWARD
Online Curator Competition
Taipei Palace Museum
2020

Online Exhibition of the Chinese Drinking Culture

On the Way Home
Competition to Determine What Makes a Home
2017

Where is the home that urbanites occupy? Is it either a cozy and well-decorated apartment with a high rent that is...

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Introspective Cubicle
SPA Design & Reuse of Italian Ancient Palace
2019

I regard the Sauna as a spiritual place that can evoke a deep and primitive human experience due to the high-temperature...

Observing the Urban Context as a Moving Human Body is Observed
Undergraduate Thesis
2016

Since there has been mania around marathon running in recent years, I conceived of runners as potential observers whose experiences of the local history and consumer culture of a city could be measured through the fluctuations in their physical and mental conditions when moving. On the other hand, runners regard themselves as the observed objects of crowds, becoming showcases in motion running through the streets instead of complying with the existing functions of the city. 


To understand the perspective of a runner, I equipped them with a heartbeat rate detector and a Gopro and had them jog through designated sites. I collected...

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Museum of Knowledge - the Body, the Spirit, and the Universe
Competition of "Chandigarh Unbuilt"
2015

Yoga is part of the fundamental knowledge and the spiritual principles that form Indian culture. Specifically, in addition to physical activity such as exercise, yoga includes various mental disciplines and practices that eventually lead yoga practitioners to achieve the fusion of soul and cosmic spirit. 


Concerning the postures of yoga, we can decompose each pose into a few sequences of body movements. Interestingly, when we track the trail of the head, the hand, or the foot, we can discern the moving pattern in two ways. The first one is to break up the pose into horizontal movements, showing how consecutive poses are connected to one through time. The other way is to overlap isolated body movements, demonstrating...

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Shih-Hsueh Wang

Pittsburgh, PA, United States

shihhsuw@andrew.cmu.edu

 

Mobile: +1-412-370-4909

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2020 International Forum for Architecture Thesis Design in Taiwan & Southeast Asia | New Resilient Grounds

Our tasks included exhibition planning, display design, and visual design, under the circumstances that overseas participants attended virtually, while Taiwan's counterparts engaged in the event physically...