The topic for this public art project is “Riding High on the Wind, Steel Winds in the Clouds,” which strengthens the aspiration of the daily renewal of the air force and elevation of military strength. In addition, sky, wind, and flight symbolize freedom, which also is the representative ideal. This project utilizes the existing buildings and scenery at the base, then strengthens the spatial functionality, especially from the perspectives of the “user” of the space, and starts brainstorming, planning, and installing works from the angle of balancing between the future of the space and its sustainable development. Within, the “users of the space” are not only restricted to the generals and colleagues of the Air Force Command Headquarters, but also include nearby neighborhoods in hope to display the characteristics of martial headquarters and their ideals through this public art project.


  • Date: 2011-2014
  • Filed under: Public Arts