Feng-Tsung Chan was born in 1980 in Miaoli, Taiwan. He received his MFA Fine Arts degree from School of Visual Arts, New York in 2013 and currently lives and works in Taichung and Miaoli. His installation and sculpture is a party of materials, a recurring play from frenetic improvisation to contemplative slowdown. Unpredictably juxtaposing found, ready-made, and natural materials, his intuitive process explores the flow of energy and the reincarnation of materials exploited by humans.
After Peter Hsieh graduation, he has been exploring his fascination with face by creating conceptual accessaries. He also did several collaboration projects with fashion designers in Europe. Peter Hsieh has been selected by “2016 Bamboo Curtain Studio Residency Program” and started his two-month residency in Beppu Project from the 31st of August to the 31st of October.
Chi Po-Hao (1989-) is a musician and sound artist from Taipei. He holds a Master of Music Degree from Goldsmiths College, University of London and Bachelor’s Degree in Economics from National Taiwan University. His primary medium is sound, principally involving but not limited to live electronic, electroacoustic composition and sound installation.
Ya-chu Kang is a Taipei based artist whose work explores issues of identity, the relationship between human and natural and the social environment message. Having trained in various sculpture and textile based disciplines, the works range from large site-specific installations to small interdisciplinary sculptures and 2D works. Described as “simulation objects” the work eliminates the boundary between usable items and sculpture — the functional and the aesthetic.
ZE WEI bases her art projects on her obsession with the reciprocal effect between the contemporary world and its historical context. She uses images as a tool to develop her perception of historical and social events, trying to answer questions aroused by the global status quo. Her projects revolve around the concept of “national territories / boundaries", such as globalization, human migration, diaspora and differentiation etc.
2013, she graduated from the Master of Fine Arts Department of Taipei National University of Arts, currently studying Applied Arts in National Chiao Tung University. Her main creation is mixed media devices and space installation. The majority of her creative works are mixed media and installations that focus on the inherit operation and conflicts within the social structures and the inner dialogs between a person and the living environment. to respond to stories under the frame of history context.
She develops water installations starting in 2000. For her, water is a living substance with multiple aspects whose different facets she enjoys exploring. In 2003, she creates rich and dense waves with water reflections recalling fractal geometry.