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Amy Cheng

Curator, Pavilion of the Taipei Fine Arts Museum

Born in 1970, independent curator and art critic Amy Cheng lives and works in Taipei, Taiwan.

In 1996, she received a master's degree from the Graduate Institute of Art History, National Taiwan Normal University, and from 1997 to 1999 served as a lecturer of western art history at Fu-Jen Catholic University. From 2000 to 2005 Cheng lived in Vancouver, Canada, and worked as a feature writer for Taiwan ARTCO magazine, where she currently works as lead feature writer. Recently her art criticism has appeared in Chinese and English language journals including ARTCO, YiShu: Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art and Contemporary Art & Investment.

Since 2003, Cheng has curated the exhibitions Invisible City at Centre A in Vancouver (2003); Ruins and Civilization in Taipei (2004); the 2004 Taipei Biennial: Do you Believe in Reality? (co-curated); Altered States in Taipei (2006); THTP/Phase Five/Oversight/2008 at Centre A; and Traversing the Fantasy in Taipei (2010). In 2009, Cheng undertook the one-year project Critical Political Art and Curatorial Practice Research, as well as established the related website and publication Art and Society: Introducing Seven Contemporary Artists. With music and cultural critic Jeph Lo, she founded Taipei’s The Cube Project Space in 2010.

(Press information)

The Heard and the Unheard -
Soundscape Taiwan

Pavilion of the Taipei
Fine Arts Museum,
54th International Art Exhibition,
Biennale di Venezia

Palazzo delle Prigioni
4 June - 27 Nov. 2011

Hong-Kai Wang
Yu-Hsien Su

Amy Cheng

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