Minmin Meng, as a textile artist, is committed to expressing the emotional language of nature by observing the changes in the environment around her, thus reflecting on 'the relationship between contemporary urban architecture and the natural environment'. As urban planning develops rapidly, people are gradually surrounded by high-rise buildings. In the context of urbanisation, the natural environment, which is disappearing and being replaced, is becoming increasingly distant from us.
The modern spatial structure of urbanisation is gradually eroding the wild ecosystems. The natural environment that we encounter in our daily lives has been transformed into a relentlessly artificial field.
Urban architecture has created a cold living environment, and when people in the city want to look at the distant landscape or the sky, they can only see a fragmented view through the gaps between the buildings. When everything in life has become a man-made object, where are the emotions that should belong to them?