Architecture is often known to be the art and science of designing a space. It is often perceived from a very technical aspect that deals merely with the field of construction and building. With the rapid advancements in the present day world, the technical side of this discipline seems to overpower the creative and artistic trait that indeed sets it apart from other fields. Hence this literary piece aims to throw light on how art, when intertwined with architecture leads to profound findings and aids in establishing consequent inferences.
“It took me over 750 days to collect more than 300 pieces of second hand CD-ROM drives, format the drives then build up this installation. I frequently use volumes as media to approach and trigger a sensation inside the human mind” said Lien-Cheng Wang, Taipei based new media artist.