Memory, dreams, and transcendental experience are the source of Hung-Ni Wu's works. From this, she develops the survival behaviors observed in the corners of society under the moving path of life, and pays attention to the extensions and questions: how are we created and what life is looking for? What are its goals and values? Describe the relationship between the environment in which the individual responds, and the coexistence and coexistence of the enormous oppression felt by the group. In Hong-Ni Wu's creation, you can see through the squeezing and stacking of colors, the back-and-forth entanglement and intersection and dynamics of brushstrokes, and the frequency of density and density generated by each stroke, expressing the created individuals and groups, and the interaction between them, society, and her inner state.