Chen I-Chun was born in Taipei, Taiwan in 1992. Since childhood, she has had a wide range of interests. She often thought about what she wanted to do when she grew up, but she never had an answer, because the answer was always changing. She once made up her mind to be an artist but felt lost. After several explorations, she established her goal, realised that what she loves the most is still wandering among art, and then continued to create. In primary school, she en-tered art class and learned various painting skills and calligraphy. Although she also studied in art class in junior high school, she began to feel tired of the still-life paintings. She started to learn oil painting in senior high school and did a lot of creation and research that she had never done before. She studied Italian and German in university and gained a lot of knowledge of language and culture. In the postgraduate period, she turned to archaeology to learn research methods and study humanity and history. These processes have established the cultivation of art and created the foundation for creation.
Art to me is a process of exploration and thinking. In this process, I can explore the changes in colour and shape, and think about the distance between dream and reality. Through the per-formance of colours at different times and the rhythm of shapes in different spaces, I observe what feelings they give to people in the paintings. Dreams can express reality in a certain dis-tant time and space. Through the transformation of dreams, the former reality becomes another kind of reality.