2015，複合媒材 Mix Media，87 x 66 x 6.5 cm
WU Yung-Chieh conveys the process of self-discovery through creations and tells the moods at different stages of life in a seemingly colorful and beautiful appearance. In the work, The Circuitous Situation no.3, some sort of creation is inside the canvas and some type of temptation for the boundary is outside of the canvas. The irregular frame provides more imagination and conflicts, much like the abstractly deformed human figure. A goldfish on the right hides in the waves, revealing only its tail. It is a symbol of the artist herself, referring to the self that is buried in a certain state. The picture is full of dreamy elements, such as clouds, waves, and flowers, and seems to illustrate an endless sweetness. However, WU Yung-Chieh is in fact using happiness as a package to try to tell the bitterness behind life.