Wu Shang-lin (1977 born in Taipei), is an Artist & Independent curator, lives and works currently in Taipei. After graduated from École Nationale Supérieure d’Art de Dijon in 2007, in the recent years, he has traveled and worked as an artist-in-residence in Korea (The National Goyang Art Studio), Taiwan (Taipei Artist Village, Taipei) and Japan (Arcus Project, Moriya). The main message he would like to deliver through his work accomplished during this period, is to discuss various problems caused by the constant expansion of modern cities. By exchanging personal prospective with his interlocutors, he presents different aspects of the method each individual chooses to deal with the current situation.
Recent exhibitions include "Twilight - The Prospects of Asian Industry" (curatorial project), "Graduation Photos - Difference is Different" (Museum of Contemporary Art Taipei, 2012, solo), "Urban Variations" (Tosee Art Gallery, Taipei, Taiwan, 2011, solo), "False friends, An Ephemeral Video Library" (Jeu de Paume National Gallery, Concorde, Paris, France, 2010, group), "Rear Windows" for Museum of Contemporary Art Taipei, Taiwan 2010 (group), "Multiscape" for 315 Art Center, Masan, Korea 2009 (group) and "Art Studio Network" for Bongsan Culture Center, Taegu, Korea 2008 (group).
Bamboo Curtain Studio 2014 International Residency Exchange Project
Residency Exchange with: Silpakorn University, Bangkok, Thailand