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Lin Yu-Hsuan, born in 1994. He graduated from Taipei National University of the Arts with an MFA in producing culture and curating. Yu-Hsuan currently lives and works in Taipei as an independent curator. His past curatorial projects have focused on the ecological structure of art and social issues. In recent years, he has been thinking about how we coexist with disasters (natural, man-made, and political) through curation, the planning and imagination of different places, and the political relationships between people and spaces in this context.

 

Lin’s curatorial practices included The 25-hour Days(Keelung Museum, Keelung, 2024), Measured in Feet (Hong-gah Museum, Taipei, 2023), I use my body to draw an island (Taoyuan Museum, Taoyuan, 2023), Into a Compound Scene (New Taipei Gallery, New Taipei, 2023), Notes for Tomorrow(2022, The Cube Project Space), Detour (Taipei Artist Village, Taipei, 2021), Guerrillas (VT Artsalon, Taipei, 2018), The Taipei Dream (Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taipei, 2018), Notice of Removal (Sian-Guang 2nd Village, Taoyuan, 2018), Pigs don't Fly (Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts, Taipei, 2018), Aerobraking (The Pier-2 Art Center, Kaohsiung, 2017), and Inexpressible Signs of Subjects and Mediums Archeology (Yo-Chang Art Museum, Taipei, 2017). In 2019 he initiated the discussions: The Demand from Young Artists in VT Artsalon (Taipei) and Sin-Pink Pier (Kaohsiung), and published a series of articles on ARTouch. He was the curatorial assistant of Assembly of Communities: MIX (Museum of Contemporary Art Taipei, Taipei, 2020) and Mille-feuille de camélia (ARKO Art Center, Seoul, 2016). He also chaired the research project Curating and Art Organizations in Taiwan: A Proposal of Empowerment in Curating. In 2024, he also published "The Path Ahead: Common Practices through Three Curations." He has received the 2024 500young Third Curatorial Award and he was the winner of the Taishin Arts Award Quarterly Nomination(2023), Curator’s Incubator Program @ Museums (NCAF, 2021), Call for Curatorial Proposals (TCAC, 2022), and the Curator Residency Program (Tokyo Arts and Space, 2023).

林裕軒,1994年出生,工作居住於臺灣臺北,畢業於國立臺北藝術大學藝術跨域研究所策展組,現為獨立策展人。過去的策展從藝術的生態結構與社會議題出發,過去的策展從藝術的生態結構與社會議題出發,近年以策劃的方式來思考我們如何與災難(自然、人造與政治)共存,以及在這之中的各地的規劃想像、人與空間的政治關係。

 

策劃過的重要展演活動包括「第二十五小時」(2024,基隆美術館)、「一百坪的散步練習」(2023,鳳甲美術館)、「我用身體畫座島」(2023,桃園市立美術館)、「持景行走」(2023,新板藝廊)、「明日備忘錄」(2022,立方計劃空間)、「繞道而行」(2021,台北國際藝術村)、「游擊隊」(2018,台北非常廟藝術空間)、「空氣煞車」(2017,高雄駁二特區當代館)、「不可言說的生命印記-媒介考古學」(2017,台北有章藝術博物館)、「台北夢」(2018,台北市立美術館)、「不會飛的豬」(2018,台北關渡美術館)等,也在「Mille-feuille de camélia」(2016,首爾ARKO ART CENTER)、「合力組裝米克斯」(2020,台北當代藝術館)等展覽擔任策展助理,曾進行「臺灣策展與藝文組織研究:一個策展培力提案」研究案以及策劃「年輕藝術家的實質需求」討論會,並撰寫其相關文章發表於典藏ARTouch,2024年也出版《前方的路況:三檔策展的共同實踐》一書。曾獲2024年500young第三屆的策展獎項、國藝會策展人培力@美術館專案、桃園市兒童美術館徵件案與日本Tokyo Arts and Space策展人駐村項目。

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