The public art project ldquo;Deity Time rdquo; is a 7-meter-tall martial goddess erected on the median island by the Civic Blvd. and Dunhua N. Rd. intersection. The awe-inspiring horse-riding deity is a stark contrast to an adjacent iron cage labeled as ldquo;time gallery rdquo; which refers to the time lag that exists in all the beautiful memories. While everything is governed by time specific moments are frozen in the time gallery. Dawn Chen-Ping a fine arts professor from Taipei National University of the Arts created ldquo;Deity Time rdquo; in hopes of adding variety to the cold triangle of median islands with art works. He has delivered ldquo;Convoluted and Look-Through rdquo; ldquo;Cavalleria Rusticana rdquo; and various other art installations since the government vowed to turn Taipei into an art-filled city in a 2003 public art program.