Matt Chun is a studio artist, writer ad freelance curator, working between Sydney and Bermagui (a small fishing village on the East Coast of Australia). Currently, Matt creates large-scale mixed media drawing, sprawling sculptural installations, and intimate travelogues.
Cia Hsinyuan Lee is an contemporary artist and also an educator. She currently lives in Shin Ying District in northern Tainan. Her creation started with fragments of her childhood memory. The main object of her creation have been extended to the illustrations in the Chinese version of Western storybooks.
Pei-Hsuan Wang was born in Hsinchu City, Taiwan. Her practices reflect on the intricate ties between private experiences and the outside world in the face of globalization, and furthermore explore the nuanced relationship between transborder cultural, personal, and geographical identification through installation and object-making.
Candy Bird is the selected artist of Bamboo Curtain Studio “2017 International Residency Exchange Program” collaborating with Koganecho Area Management Center in Yokohama, Japan. Candy Bird will be staying in Koganecho for two month from 27th July to 27th September, and participating in the 2017 Koganecho Bazaar – “Double Façade”.
Ellie Irons is an artist and educator based in Brooklyn, New York, USA. She works in a variety of media, from walks to WIFI, to reveal how human and nonhuman lives intertwine with other earth systems.
Budi Agung Kuswara (Kabul) was born in Bali in 1982 and had graduated in a Bachelor in Fine Art from Indonesia Institute of the Art, in Yogyakarta. His paintings first caught the attention of curators in his home ground and Kabul was invited to exhibit at the Bali Museum and Neka Art Museum.
I-Chin Liao was raised in Taipei, living in Hsinchu, Taiwan. In 2013 she had graduated in M.F.A from Academy of art university, San Francisco. Now she is focusing on abstract painting. IChin would like to expand the form of artwork from her used painting in the residency in Mite-Ugro, Korea. “60 Encounters”, is a poetic idea of recording everyday life in unfamiliar surroundings through collecting objects and incidents during the two month residency, which includes found objects, sculpture, painting, photography and video.