CHANG Ting-Tong (b. 1982) was born in Taipei, Taiwan, and he holds a BA from National Chengchi University and an MFA from Goldsmiths, University of London. CHANG works creatively with installation, painting, performance, and video, and often creates artworks that integrate elements from various disciplines of science, biology, and biodynamics, with the relationships between people, technology, and society reflected.
CHANG Yung-Ta (b. 1981) was born in Nantou. He holds a BA in Commercial Design from Ming Chuan University and an MFA in Tech Art from Taipei National University of the Arts. Chang’s work ranges from Audio-Visual, experimental sound to installations and live performances. His art practice concentrates on the easily overlooked physical phenomena and sounds in everyday life, which he represents in space through sound and visual installations.
CHENG Hsien-Yu (b. 1984) was born in Kaohsiung, Taiwan, and he holds a BFA in theatrical design and technology from the Taipei National University of the Arts and an MFA from the Hanze University Groningen in the Netherlands. CHENG predominately works with electronic installations, software, and experimental bio-electronic devices, as he seeks to use humor to impart his artworks with signs of life or existential significance, with relationships between human behaviors, emotions, software and machines explored.
CHU Chun-Teng (b. 1982) was born in Taipei, Taiwan, and he holds a BA from the Department of Radio, Television and Film of Shih Hsin University and an MFA from Goldsmiths, University of London. CHU works across disciplines of cinema, contemporary art, and theater and creates art that explores the obstacles and survivals that an individual may face under complex social, political, and cultural structures.
HSU Chia-Wei (b. 1983) was born in Taichung, Taiwan and is currently based in Taipei, Taiwan. HSU graduated from Le Fresnoy - Studio national des arts contemporains in France in 2016, and as an artist, director, and curator, his work incorporates elements of contemporary art and cinema and explores the complex production mechanism behind creative visual processes. HSU’s art practice focuses on the actionability behind image-making, and through creating incidents that extend beyond the camera, connections are made with the people, materials, and places omitted in the narratives of formal history.
Hung-Chih PENG (b. 1969) was born in Taipei, Taiwan, and he holds a BFA from National Taiwan Normal University and an MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute. He works in a diverse range of genres, including painting, video, performance, sculpture, and installation, exploring themes that deal with global conflict, identity, and spirituality and focusing on the possible multiple ways to interpret objects of art.
LEE Ming-Hsueh (b. 1978) was born in Taipei, Taiwan, and he holds a doctoral degree from Loughborough University in the UK. LEE’s art often focuses on objects found in everyday life, and he applies humorous approaches to overturn society’s habitual ways of understanding, with underlining meaning and possibilities for interpretation searched for in the context of art.
LIN Pei-Ying (b. 1986) was born in Taiwan. She holds a BS in Life Science from National Tsing Hua University and received her MA in Design Interactions from Royal College of Art, UK. She is now in the PhD Program of the Department of Industrial Engineering and Innovation Sciences and the Department of Industrial Design at the Eindhoven University of Technology, the Netherlands. Her art practice combines science and art to engage her audience in discourses about human languages, emotions, and their mutual influence on a socio-cultural level, through which she reflects on new possibilities on the biological and digital levels.
LIU Yu (b. 1985) was born in Taiwan. She receives her BFA in Sculpture from the National Taiwan University of Arts, and her MFA from Taipei National University of the Arts. LIU’s art practice engages in diverse art forms, including writing, documentary film, sculpture, video and spatial installation. Her work mainly involves re-arranging large numbers of field works and literature to develop her individualistic artistic language.
Royce YC HONG (b. 1969) holds an industrial design degree from the Rhode Island School of Design and a graphic design degree from the Art Center College of Design. He applies design concepts in a wide range of creative disciplines, and focusing on contemporary lifestyle and futuristic possibilities, he is active in the fields of design, technology, the Internet, architecture, and innovative research and development. As an innovator involved in activities that range from idea conception to industry management, HONG considers the symbiotic relationship between culture and industry in a multifaceted manner.
SHI Jin-Hua (b. 1964) was born in Magong, Penghu. He holds a BFA from National Taiwan Normal University and received his MFA from the University of California, Irvine, USA. SHI is known for his works created with the approaches of pen walking and other forms of measuring. His work is often concept-oriented. His physical experience of having juvenile-onset diabetes has led him to use his “body” as an instrument of performance or his subject of measuring, through which he practices his religious faith and artistic ideas steadfastly.