Taipei Cultural Center in New York is very pleased to announce that Taiwanese curator, Yu-Ling Chou (周郁齡) starts her residency program, International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP) in Brooklyn. She joins the program in April to witness the historical change in New York after a year of lockdown.
Chou Yu-Ling is a writer, researcher and curator, based in Taiwan. Graduated from Birkbeck college (The London Consortium), University of London in Humanities and Cultural Studies with Ph.D. Her area of research include visual culture, moving images’ curation, exhibition-making of art history (especially focusing on Taiwan’s art history exhibitions after the late 80s) and curatorial methodology. She was the assistant curator in resident, CFCCA and was assistant curator of Asia Triennial Manchester: Harmonious Society (2014). In 2015 Chou joined the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Art as a curator, where she curated Hardcore Rally with Hantoo Art Group (2017) and Wild Rhizome: 2018 Taiwan Biennial (with Gong Jow-Jiun) . Amongst other projects, Chou is also the curator of The Man with the Moving Projector – Kao Chung-li’s solo exhibition (2015, Peltz Gallery, Birkbeck, London) and curated Every Film is an Enigma: Moving Images in the Black Box and White Cube (2017, Soulangh Cultural Park, Tainan) with The Other Cinema Collective where she is one of the members. She was also a jury member for the Han Nefkens Foundation - Buk SeMA Korean Video Art Production Award 2019.
Founded in 1994, the International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP) supports the creative development of artists and curators, and promotes exchange through residencies and public programs. Taipei Cultural Center in New York, the Ministry of Culture in Taiwan has worked with ISCP since 2000 to select and participate the program.
Photo, Yu-Ling Chou
Photo Courtesy of Yu-Ling Chou