I am a designer/artist who specializes in the development of interactive kinetic products/environments and tangible interfaces.
This website is an evolving record of my art and design works.
You will find that my past and recent works reflect my great obsession with making things move. As a product designer I have often applied unique folding/mechanism to create transformable products that can change their size and form to meet changing needs. However, with my growing experience in embedded technology, my works evolved from I Fold to iFold: from artifacts that transform by the user to artifacts/environments that transform in response to the user.
As I continue to explore the field of interactive design, I am passionate to bridge between physical and digital, low-tech and high-tech, art & science; in order to engage users/viewers in new interactive experiences.
My work has been exhibited at museums and art galleries worldwide, including The Museum of Modern Art NYC, IDEE Design Museum Tokyo; The New International Expo Center in Shanghai, China; Museum of Modern Art in Taipei, Taiwan; and the International Design Center in Nagoya, Japan, among others. Her work has also been featured in different media outlets including The New York Times, The New York Magazine, National Public Radio (NPR), The Discovery Channel, Fast Company, Make Magazine, The Sun Newspaper (UK), Casa Brutus (Japan), DAMn° Magazine (Europe), and Joong Ang Daily (Korea), and more.
Currently I am a lead interaction designer at the Rockwell Group LAB, where I have been working as a lead interaction designer on multiply projects, including Plug-In-Play featured in San Jose 2010 Zero1 Biennial, Intel CES Ultrabook Tree, National Building Museum PLAY WORK BUILD exhibit, and more.
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