The public art project "Deity， Time" 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 "time gallery"， 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 "Deity， Time" in hopes of adding variety to the cold triangle of median islands with art works. He has delivered "Convoluted and Look-Through"， "Cavalleria Rusticana" and various other art installations since the government vowed to turn Taipei into an art-filled city in a 2003 public art program.