Cindy WU is passionate about graphic design, interactive design and illustration. She believes that art comes from life and art should give back to life. Her inspiration mainly comes from her experiences, observation of society and minority groups. She wants to use design to help people solve their problems.
Cindy enjoys experimenting with different mediums in her artworks and she is passionate about finding creative ways to solve problems. She cares about the communication and interaction between her works and the audience. She believes that emotions and feelings conveyed through her works are more powerful than words. Therefore, she does not only use art to express herself, but she also wants to make people's lives better through art.
Letting go is an exhibition project about letting go of regret. It tells people that things are not perfect, and incompleteness is also a unique beauty, allowing people to let go of their regrets in life and continue to live with good expectations.
The exhibition design of Letting go mainly uses the style of Japanese Wabi-sabi to hold a distinctive tea ceremony. The exhibition uses posters, booklets and the overall style to convey the core idea of Wabi-sabi — the beauty of ordinariness and incompleteness. The specially designed tea set with warm yellow lights and the atmosphere of the fall of the night make the visitor relax and blend into the environment. The exhibition is also set up with different sections to interact with visitors and help people to let go of their regrets and look forward to the future.