Paintings and sculptures have long been displayed or installed on walls as decorative embellishments in public and business locations. Murals, for example, are often employed as an aesthetic element integrated into the environment and marked as true cultural artifacts and even monumental works. Apart from their cultural significance, murals could be created for the purpose of advertising or simply for arts’ sake . These adornments, however, remain largely static and may become boring for their vast similarities.
Recently, there has been an increase in the use of digital display walls , such as interactive LED lighting installations  that provide audiences with chances to interact and play with them. Nevertheless, interactive walls of this type are usually configured in the form of flat surfaces—monitors or map projections. Once the electricity is cut off, the physicality of decorative objects disappears. To elevate human interaction with solid walls, I have constructed a tangible structure made of 3D-printed plastic and then incorporated it with numerous infrared sensors. “Stay True to Yourself” is an interactive sound and light installation. The lights on the structure that will be switched on by an intuitive interaction when people pass by it. It can also be used as part of the work that allows the human body to virtually “paint” the installation, symbolizing the quest of finding one’s true self.
This piece of work was exhibited in the public area of Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall, Taipei, between 28th March and 10th April, 2017  . Approximately, 13,000 tourists from different countries visited the installation over a 9-day period . It was reported on mass media that people found it engaging to interact with the device. The news coverage of the installation can be found on the website of Art TV Taiwan  and CBTV internet television .