TSAI Wan Shuen grew up in the archipelago of Penghu, Taiwan. Studied and lived in France during several years and nowadays settled in the region of Taipei. Her artwork is shared between mixed-media installation, drawing, video and poetry. Her installations are ephemeral and constitutes a specific relationship to the physical space and architecture.


She care about the relationship between local people and the daily objects like consumables around them. She believe that daily consumables are a major element to represent the taste, the style, and the most important—the spirit of a city. Thus, in this project, She would like to use some objects that can be seen everywhere but might be overlooked.


Kuo Po-Yu was born in1989, and currently lives and works in Taipei, Taiwan. His practice often addresses the unapproachable archive with its spooky characteristic and uses the archival sculptuality and objects to develop new ideas. By practicing on the
ways of archive to build the alternative reality and by...


Born in 1989, She Wen-Ying currently lives and creates artworks in Taipei. Her past work mostly came from observation on people and objects in everyday life, the relationship and the distance between people and space...etc. She was curious about the distinguishing linguistic context which contained privacy...


Chiu's work focuses on interactive mechanism. He considers 'interaction' as the core concept. An interactive mechanism is embedded in the work, and through the involvement of its audience, the structure of the work deviates from its usual rigid form and becomes dynamic and ever-changing...

Hsiao Lan

Fan uses images and texts as the medium to explore the relationship among human being, society and nature. In the seemingly chaotic status, an artist contemplates and touches on contemporary issues based on sensibility. Because through experiences of bodily movement, desires simultaneously...

Chi Chuan

Yang Chi-Chuan was born in Taipei in 1985. After graduating from the Department of Sculpture of National Taiwan University of Arts in 2007, she moved on to study at the National School of Fine Arts in France (École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts), where she began employing a satirical critical angle to...


Chen’s concern lies in contradictions caused by contemporary life and viewpoints of people from diverse cultures and social classes. Through observation and re-interpretation, Chen creates in the hopes of bringing social issues to people's attention, and proposing solutions to life...


Hojang Liu’s photographic works and projects concerns more than image making or technology quality. His peculiar artistic practice often reflects the social context and politics behind the surface—may it be an object, a place, or a community, his works shed light on their individualities and differences.


Lin Wei-lung Grew up in Taipei, currently works there Graduated from the National Taiwan University of Arts, Fine Arts Department Taipei National University of the Arts Fine Art Research Group Studio assistant for artist Wu Tien-Chang Founder of Lane 216, East, art documentary studio, responsible for directing and producing Lin Wei-lung’s work and thinking...

Jia Jhen

Syu was trained in and has developed his practice on the field of sculpture. He expresses no particular inclination towards a specific direction or topic for investigation, but makes work in response to different readings, life experiences, or ideas derived from the unveiling of various projects.

Chi Wei

Lin Chiwei has received training in literature, anthropology and fine art. He creates sound works with the participation of the audience. Lin was the co-founding member of Zero and Sound Liberation Organization (Z.S.L.O.), the first noise group in Taiwan.


Wan Shu-Yun was born in Taichung, Taiwan and earned Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from National Chung Cheng University, Taiwan. She is currently studying Fine Arts in Taipei National University of the Arts in Taiwan.


Morris was born in Kaohsiung in 1987, and currently resides in Taipei. Graduated from the department of visual communication design of Taiwan University of Arts, Morris is now a member of Open Contemporary Art Center. Morris also serves as the head of J&M food Lab and the marketing design consultant of Le Maison Boutique. Apart from her routine design undertaking, Morris has begun developing in the sphere of artistic design.


The concept LEE Jo-Mei’s practice illustrates perception and its transformation throughout the daily experience so as to depict how we gaze on the texture of everyday life to explore the sense of memory’s own landscape. By using various methods and media to process memory through recording and transformation, it allows our accustomed experiences...


Yu-Ping Guo was born in Taiwan, and graduated from National Taiwan University of Arts in 2008. She currently lives and works in Taipei. Her creation lies in between experimental animation and contemporary art, and treats her real-life experiences and the complex colonial history of Asia as the subject matters.


CHOU Yu-Cheng (born 1976, Taipei) studied at the l’Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-arts de Paris, and the research program - La Seine. He specializes in the interplay between aesthetics and society. His works emphasize the working process behind visual aesthetics with a focus on producing alternative modes...


Chi Kai-Yuan (b. 1983) was born in Kaohsiung, Taiwan, and received a Master of Arts at the National Changhua University of Education. Chi’s work concerns space, objects, and mass public. In daily situations, these things are the vibes to inspire creativity...


Chang, En-Man Born in Taitung, Taiwan. Lives and works in Taipei. At the beginning, the artist's identity triggered her aspirations to embark on a journey across the island. Through the returning visit to the aboriginal tribes and experiencing the social geographical


His creative works revolve around collecting those inadvertently hidden objects/people and legends surrounding him, as well as rewriting the ambiguous ties between these “anonymous identities” and the locality, in a sense analogous to the connections between body and building, city and cells, monuments and intimacy. Comparable to the process of remodeling monuments...

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