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)

2021-10 Visual Arts Grants for Exhibition (National Culture and Arts Foundation)

2021-06 Project of Visual Arts Criticism (National Culture and Arts Foundation)

2020-08 Visual Arts Grants for Exhibition (Bureau of Cultural Affairs Kaohsiung City Government)

2020-06 Project of Visual Arts Criticism (National Culture and Arts Foundation)

2020-04 Visual Arts Grants for Publication (National Culture and Arts Foundation)

2020-03 Taiwan Cultural Exchange and Cooperation with West and South Asia (Ministry of Culture of Taiwan)

2020-03 Taiwan Young Cultural Gardner Project (Ministry of Culture of Taiwan)

2020-02 Grants for Supporting Development of Young Artists (Ministry of Culture of Taiwan)

2019-12 18th Taishin Arts Award nominated ("Relocating Divinity")

2019-09 Visual Arts Grants for Exhibition (National Culture and Arts Foundation)

2019-07 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]