※ miho 室內不開放攝影。
Theater, painting, and sculpture; artist Joyce Tsai-You Ho is interested in the possibilities of interdisciplinary creations. She has recently been working with candy as a medium. Based on the techniques she has acquired from candy making, she creates Sweet Unicorn, a colorful FRP work that triggers an association with candy.
Unicorns, which only exist in fairytales and myths, represent dreams and illusions, and as candy melts, it symbolizes the end of these illusions.
Ho manipulates FRP in order to mimic the appearance of candy. The materials cause a sense of uncertainty for viewers. As they look at this sculpture, they can almost taste the sweet flavor of the candy, thus combining the senses of sight and taste in a whole new experience.
miho is centered around a love for fashion and constantly changing trends. It is like a treasure boat, hunting for acclaimed designer clothing and products. Through Taiwan’s increasingly international and diverse fashion stage, miho gives customers the opportunity to find their own unique styles.
※ please do not touch or climb the sculpture.
※ Photograph is not allowed in the shop.
During the exhibition, a complimentary “miho transparent tote bag” will be offered to the first 5 visitors who complete the following steps: upload a photo taken at miho to the shop’s Facebook page, check in, and show the smartphone screen to a shop assistant.