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Formerly an independent curator, her main research areas are contemporary art trends, visual culture and criticism, and alternative space operation and management strategies. After graduating with a master’s degree, she has participated in the administration of a number of important domestic visual art exhibition projects, such as the 2004 Kaohsiung International Container Art Festival, the Intertidal Zone Art Detection Station-2005 Annual Plan, the 2008 Tropic of Cancer Environmental Art Action, and the 2010 Kaohsiung International Steel Sculpture Art Festival, etc. She once served as a part-time lecturer in the Department of Fine Arts at National Kaohsiung Normal University (2010-2019), and as an art manager at Xinbang Wharf Art Space (2011-2018). She was good at using innovative thinking and integrating resources to promote art space operation planning management and art education promotion, etc. business, and constantly try to carry out cross-border cooperation and connection with “cross-domain thinking”. In addition, curatorial research work continues both inside and outside the organization. In 2012, he won the National Arts Association’s “Curator Training@Fengjia Art Museum” project award for “Safe Zone for Artists”. In 2014, she entered the doctoral class of the theory group of the Department of Fine Arts, National Taiwan Normal University. In 2018, he worked in the Education and Public Service Department of Kaohsiung Museum of Art, and served as the director of the curator’s office the next year.

Combing through the curatorial context of the past few years, focusing on observing the state of the new generation of art creators in the face of formal media from “Slim Rod No. 2012”; and then exploring “K’s Art Contemporary Art Space” and “Xinbang Wharf Art Space”, the relationship between the characteristics of the cultural field and the exhibited works; “Safe Zone for Artists” (Safe Zone for Artists) explores how artworks can be resisted and alienated from social reality in terms of formal operations. Since then, he has worked as an art space manager (Kaohsiung Xinbang Wharf Art Space) and an art museum librarian (Gaomei Museum), and has carried out various practices and discussions on the practical appearance and cultural imagination of “artistic-public” in different institutions. In recent years, I have gradually shifted from more classical art propositions and attention to various types of art spaces and mechanisms to thinking about the mechanisms and mechanisms of “relational art” and “Object-oriented Ontology (OOO)” in contemporary society. Between mechanisms, systems and systems, new forms of relationship and perception are created, as well as the “future” propositions involved.

Curatorial Experience

  • 2017/10/7-2017/11/26
    “Xinbang Twenty x Southern Guerrilla”, Venue A: Reception Room, Xinbang Wharf Art Space, Kaohsiung, Taiwan; Venue B: Sun Archives, Warehouse C7-1, Dayi, Pier-2 Art Zone, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
  • 2016/7/23-2016/8/14
    “The wind of the island. Natural breathing──Chen Shuyan + Duwak. Duyao Creation Exhibition”, Xinbang Wharf Art Space, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
  • 2016/6/18-2016/7/10
    “The Coastline of Nostalgia – Cai Mengchang Solo Exhibition”, Xinbang Wharf Art Space, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
  • 2013/11/30-2013/12/22
    “BaB [Via Me] B”, Xinbang Wharf Art Space, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
  • 2013/11/2-2013/11/24
    “BaB – A [Starting Waste Exhibition]”, Xinbang Wharf Art Space, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
  • 2013/2/23-2013/5/12
    “Ambiguous Being 2013 Xinbang Wharf Relocation Project”, Xinbang Wharf Art Space, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
  • 2012/8/25-2012/9/23
    “Safe Zone for Artist”, curator of the National Arts Association, Pei Li @ Feng Jia Art Museum Project, Feng Jia Art Museum, Taipei, Taiwan
  • 2012/5/23-2012/6/20
    “Model-Event” Relocation Project─K’s Art Contemporary Art Space x SPP Xinbang Pier Art Space 2012 Series Exhibition”, Plan A, K’s Art Contemporary Art Space, Tainan, Taiwan; Plan B, Xinbang Pier Art Space, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
  • 2012/1/28-2012/2/8
    “Thin Rod No.2012”, Kaohsiung City Cultural Center Zhizhentang Hall 1, Kaohsiung, Taiwan