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Iris Chun-Tzu Chang, graduated from National Cheng Kung University majoring in industrial design and minoring in architecture. Master of Arts in Sound, University of the Arts London. The form of the work spans paintings, poems, installations, field recordings and impromptu performances, etc., trying to explore the physical perception and consciousness flow between the audible and the inaudible in space. Fascinated by the generation and communication possibilities of different living systems, he has recently focused on topics such as cross-species listening, non-verbal memory, and sound and image synesthesia.

She has been exhibited and published in various places at home and abroad, including London Hundred Years Gallery, IKLECTIK, Resonance FM, The Lumen Crypt Gallery, Tokyo Designers Week, National Taiwan Museum of Art, Weiwuying National Art and Cultural Center, Xinying Cultural Center, Tainan Moon Museum, Israel Digital Art Center, etc. In 2017, she won the first prize in the MRT station ambient music selection. The work “Roaming Traveler” is currently standing at the Taipei MRT Songshan Airport Station. In 2020, he won the first prize in the new media category of the Nanying Award. The work “moon tide” lullaby: fragility of sonic memory” is in the collection of Tainan City Government.