Artist of the month

Tseng Kwong Chi | A Flâneur living between the East and the West

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“I am an inquisitive traveler, a witness of my time, and an ambiguous ambassador” — Tseng Kwong Chi Tseng Kwong Chi, “New York, NY (World Trade Center)”, 1979 | Image…

Yan Xing | Shaping a richer self

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‘I have very specific requirements for how to “frame” my own work. I want to control the audience’s experience. This is my public rejection of audience engagement. The viewer can…

Zheng Bo | The forest as a queer assembly in a more-than-human form

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“I think when I started working with plants I did use them as metaphors. But as you probably can sense, as I learned more about their life, I’m trying to…

Xiyadie | Zhuangzi dreamed a butterfly, a queer artist’s confession

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“At that time in the village, if you dared to come out, you would be scolded by the whole family and could not live there anymore. I would love to…

Sin Wai Kin | Their explorations in non-binary gender construction by using drag and speculative fiction

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“I initially didn’t think about what to convey (through cross-dressing). Just felt like it was something I had to do. I want to explore femininity in a queer way. Looking…

Hou Chun-Ming | Unbridled but not out of control

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“Handling the most important problem that you need to face and solve now is the most accurate and powerful creation. Honesty is crucial. Point to the core and don’t dodge.…

Kyle Dunn | Conveying a picture of masculine softness and male sensuality by relief painting

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“I think everyone, regardless of gender or appearance, should be free to be as soft or as hard as they like. I personally am a very romantic person and paint…

Su Hui-Yu | Re-narrating Taboos

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“I want to create something that intersects personal memory and historical collective memory, and then use my personal language to present it. There are many movies from the old days…