Born in Yilan in 1992, he graduated from the National Taiwan University of Education with a degree in fine arts. He is currently studying an MFA. From 2013 to now, he has participated in many group exhibitions. This year he won the silver medal in the second Hong Kong Asian Art Biennale.
Shi Zhiwei compares life to a "flower". When the flowers blossom, their postures are brilliant and their buds exposing, and when they wither, they fall. Through the hue of the background, clear and fuzzy lines, we can see the change of time and also feel the heart of the creator. "Flower" is an epitome of life, and "paper cranes" can be artist himself or everyone. Folding paper cranes are like making wishes, looking forward to the next start, a stronger self. According to ancient legends, hang the folded paper crane in front of the window, make a wish while the breeze blowing and then the wish and blessing will be realized. Even if we know that life will come to an end, we have a free soul that can sustain our good expectations.