YANG Chi-Chuan (b. 1985) explores memory as a source of knowledge and agent to mediate relations among people, places, objects and events, giving it material or immaterial form to carry her sensitivity and narratives. YANG often employs storytelling to create a warm duration in her sculpture or installation that embodies a subtle access to a wide range of questions in life, around family, politics, urban environment and various cultural fabrics.
YANG’s recent solo exhibitions include: Plastonki, Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, Germany (2020); Have a Good Day, Taipei Artist Village (2017); Tick-Tock, Things That Can Happen , Hong Kong (2017); Essays During the Night, Juming Museum, Taipei, Taiwan (2017). She is the Finalist in 2018 Art Sanya Huayu Youth Award, China and 2017 Taipei Arts Award.