Chou Yu-Ling’s research focuses on visual culture, moving images’ curation and curatorial methodology. She was a curator of the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts where she organized the 2018 Taiwan Biennial titled Wild Rhizome that looked at the cultural legacy of a theatre group who self-published Theatre Quarterly, an avant-garde magazine that circulated during 1960s in Taiwan.
Chou Yu-Ling has curated shows at Peltz Gallery, London; Soulangh Cultural Park, Tainan; and National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Taichung, among others.
Residents from Taiwan
Shoji Kato works with diverse mediums including paintings, sculptures, photographs, installations, and situations; at times, he employs sound, music, and moving images as well. This range reflects Kato’s multiscalar and multi-faceted approaches to the theme that he calls the ‘location of subjectivity.’ The artist explores ideas that are neither bounded to physical bodies and places. Moving between abstract and figurative thinking, Kato works with both solid and elusive materials to invite imagination and meditation about the interplay of collective movements and individual moments.
Shoji Kato has exhibited work at Kunsthalle Helsinki, Finland; Kanazu Forest of Creation Museum, Japan; and Beijing International Art Biennale, China, among others.
Residents from Finland
Aslan Goisum tends to mine memory–collective and personal, political and cultural–for clues about colonial realities, how they have been endured and how they might be undone. Identities come into play in his work, as embodied effects of violence perpetrated or unfreedom suffered but also as possible openings, new beginnings. So far, his prime artistic tools have been the moving image, sculptural installation and various paper-based techniques.
Aslan Goisum has exhibited work at Museum of Contemporary Art, Antwerp; Stedeljik Museum, Amsterdam; and Kohta, Helsinki, among others.