In recent years, Amis artist Iyo Kacaw has been using driftwood as a main medium, and combines them with man-made objects such as pumps, faucets or pipes to create sculptures that express his concern for the environment. Industrial development and urbanization have caused a major change in the natural world, so Iyo Kacaw combines natural and manmade elements to encourage viewers to ponder mankind’s relationship with nature.
The artist also uses tree roots as a theme: the soft curves spread out in every direction, firmly holding on to the ground. They are the foundation of all life, once again reminding us that humans cannot be separated from their roots in the ground.
Fubon bank’s Anhe branch has long been an important site for the Very Fun Park’s “museum without walls.” Its spacious interior combined with art exhibitions allows people to admire the arts as they go to the bank for errands.