Lu Wei and Tuan Mu are both artists and curators. Born in 1994 in Pingtung, Taiwan, and Hsinchu, Taiwan respectively, they both work and live in New Taipei City. Their collaborative curation focuses on how, in the contemporary context of cross-culturality, land and identities in motion can provide possibilities for art practices. Exhibitions they have previously curated include the exhibition in Good Underground Art Space, Hualien, Taiwan and Home: Foundation, Wall Cancer, Skin, and Shelter (Taitung Art Museum, Taitung, Taiwan, 2023), which was nominated for the Taishin Arts Award in 2023.
Born in 1994, Brussels, Belgium, Wang Aymei is an artist of Belgian-Taiwanese descent based in Taipei. Her work focuses on "painting" as a vessel, a body that contains images; and searches for the autonomy of painting through the mourning of images. She also uses video and installation to explore the themes of body and land, presenting a cycle between the body, its remains, and its successive transformations until it is integrated into the landscape.
Born in 1989, Taipei, Taiwan, Anchi Lin [Ciwas Tahos] is a visual artist of Taiwanese Indigenous Atayal and Hō-ló descent based in Taipei. Ciwas’s body-centred art practice weaves Indigenous Atayal worldview through performance, moving image, cyberspace, ceramics, and kinetic installation to trace their experiences with linguistic and cultural displacement and seek out new queer forms of understanding beyond the hetero-patriarchal status quo.
Born in 1994, Taichung, Taiwan, Siyat Moses is an artist of Seejiq and Minnan descent based in Taipei.
His practice focuses on the challenges and questions of identity experienced by contemporary indigenous peoples in the context of rapid modernization and globalization. His works encompass printmaking, installations, and textile.
Born in 1994, Taipei, Taiwan, Kao An Bo is an artist currently living and working in Hsinchu. Through the medium of ink painting, An Bo’s artworks depict the spirituality and inner essence of Taiwanese mountains. As he focuses on the myths and ghostly legends of the mountains in Taiwan, he has been continuously exploring and documenting how to vizualize the inner world of the mountains themselves.
Born in 1994, Hsinchui, Taiwan, Lo Yu Chi is an artist currently based in Hualien, Taiwan. Her practice uses food as a sculptural and artistic medium. By turning food and eating into art, she attempts to break the intangible, indestructible and eternal framework of the sanctity of art. Connecting food and sculpture with relational aesthetics, she also connects people to their land, and local cultures.
Born in 1992, in Uherské Hradiště, Czech Republic, Matěj Macháček is an artist based in Prague. Macháček's paintings are self-portraits, made from the memories and experience of living in Taiwan. By fusing the tradition of European painting with ink painting, combined with saturated colors and the use of brushstrokes, he creates a continuous storyline in the picture, as well as a mysterious and timeless landscape for him.