FENG-YI CHU  

Curator & Researcher

fengyi.chu@gmail.com

EDUCATION

2016 / Ph.D. in Oriental Institute, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK

2007 / M.A. in Department of Journalism, National Chengchi University, Taiwan

2006 / M.A. in Department of Sociology, University of Warwick, Coventry, UK

2002 / B.A. in Department of Agriculture Chemistry, National Taiwan University, Taiwan

MAJOR EXPERIENCES

2019 – | Independent Art Curator & Researcher

2017 – 2019 | Postdoctoral Researcher / Institute of Sociology, Academia Sinica / Taiwan

2014 – 2015 | Program Convener / Taiwan Studies Program, University of Oxford / UK

AWARDS & GRANTS (selected)

2022 Visual Arts Grants for Exhibition (Department of Cultural Affairs Taipei City Government)

2021 Visual Arts Grants for Exhibition (National Culture and Arts Foundation)

2021 Project of Visual Arts Criticism (National Culture and Arts Foundation)

2020 Visual Arts Grants for Exhibition (Bureau of Cultural Affairs Kaohsiung City Government)

2020 Project of Visual Arts Criticism (National Culture and Arts Foundation)

2020 Visual Arts Grants for Publication (National Culture and Arts Foundation)

2020 Taiwan Cultural Exchange and Cooperation with West and South Asia (Ministry of Culture of Taiwan)

2020 Taiwan Young Cultural Gardner Project (Ministry of Culture of Taiwan)

2020 Grants for Supporting Development of Young Artists (Ministry of Culture of Taiwan)

2019-18th Taishin Arts Award nominated ("Relocating Divinity")

2019 Visual Arts Grants for Exhibition (National Culture and Arts Foundation)

2019 Visual Arts Grants for International Exchange (Department of Cultural Affairs Taipei City Government)

 

ACADEMIC PAPERS

Chu F (2021) "Chinese and Taiwanese Identities in Taiwan as Epistemic Challengers." International Journal of Taiwan Studies, 4(2), 265–288. [link]

Chu F (2021) "Gaia and the Tiryagyoni Domain: Review on 2020 Taipei Biennial and 2020 Taiwan Biennial" (paper presented in 2021 Taiwanese Sociological Association Annual Conference)

Chu F (2016) "Diverse Facets in Identities and Party Affiliations of Native Taiwanese Elders." Issues and Studies 52 (3). [link]

Chu F (2016) "Benevolent self vs. malignant other: The East-West antagonistic narrative of Taiwanese people’s Chinese identity." Berliner China-Hefte - Chinese History and Society, 47,37–55. [link]

Chu F (2016) Duelling Identities: Dimensions of Dual Identity in Contemporary Taiwan. DPhil thesis in Oriental Studies, University of Oxford. [link]