Chang Chiung-Fang’s Eye of Rhythm is a warm celebration of expecting a new life. Discomfort during pregnancy stopped the artist from working long hours. As a result, her usual layers of colors and lines were replaced by combinations of rhythmic lines and simple, bight colors. She was made mindful of her bodily responses to the life inside her, to the signs of fetal movement and the pulses in her belly. The quiet and warm expectation exerted influence on the lines in her art, which were at times slow, at times fast, reflecting the changes of the life inside her body. In this particular piece, Chang has turned her attention from external stimulations to the inner connection between her and the new life.