“Dancing shadow” by Lin Jien-Cheng. Bamboo is hollow with horizontal ring fibers, which is often cut into strips and woven into vessels, or its cylindrical shape is maintained and made into furniture. It can also be cut into strips and glued into layers. The processing method of this piece surpasses traditional techniques by taking sheets of makino bamboo that are 0.2cm thin, where twill cuts and layering from four different angles strengthen the durability of the piece. When used as lighting fixtures, the light that shines through and the shadow it creates take on a million changing forms due to the different layers and sizes of the crevices, forming dancing butterflies when reflected upon the wall. It is quite a creative piece.