Chiu Chen-Hung was born in 1983 in Taiwan. In 2008, he completed the graduate program in plastic arts at National Taiwan University of Arts. His works are primarily presented in the framework of installation and sculpture. Like conducting an archeological expedition, he is especially proficient in excavating remaining outlines and imprints from bygone time and space. Through his practice of abstraction and reinterpreting both designed and rationalized logics, he vividly reshapes these existed objects and thus develop a vast memory restoration.
Chiu’s notable solo exhibitions include Phototaxis at Kunstlerhaus Bethanien (Berlin, 2019), The Dust of Time at YIRI ARTS (Taipei, 2017), and A Deer of Nine Colors at Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts (Taipei, 2015). Group exhibitions include Asian Art Biennial-The Strangers from beyond the Mountain and the Sea,National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts(Taichung, 2019), Island Tales: Taiwan and Australia, Taipei Fine Arts Museum(Taipei,2019), The Hidden South at DaWu Waterfront Park (Taitung, 2018), Shattered Sanctity at Museum of Contemporary Art (Taipei, 2017), Taiwan Biennial: The Possibility of an Island at National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts (Taichung, 2016), Greater Taipei Biennial of Contemporary Arts: De-coincidence at National Taiwan University of Arts (Taipei, 2016), Rencontres Internationales at La Gaîté lyrique, France, Haus der Kulturen der Welt Berlin, and Reina Sofia National Museum (Madrid, 2015), Liverpool Biennial City-States at LJMU Copperas Hills (Liverpool, 2012), THAITAI: A measure of Understanding (Bangkok Art and Culture Centre, 2012). in 2019, residence at Kunstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin/Germany. in 2012, residence at Cite internationale des arts Paris.