Web Design for the official website of the 2020 Taiwan Biennial Art Exhibition organized by the Taiwan National Museum of Fine Arts.
"禽獸不如", worse than animals, translated as “Subzoology” was the theme of the exhibition. It sought to cogitate upon the long-term human plunderage and dominance over the lives on Earth. And to reflect on how humans can co-exist with other sentient beings in the post-pandemic era.
Taking ‘Sub-zoology’ as the topic, the exhibition tackles the long-term human dominance over the planet’s ecosphere. The Homepage animation is executed with pure CSS.
The concept originates from the exhibition’s poster design, which is a Taoist spell painted in red ink as talisman by Daoist practitioners on a piece of yellow paper used to expel the evil spirits.
As a spell is often associated with "magic", I interpreted the concept by making the elements appear of thin air.
The website is bi-lingual, fully Accessible and W3c compliant. It has also acquired the level 2 Acunetix Security Audit vulnerability scan, being a part of the governmental cyber security regulations.