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Wei Yu
Wei Yu is an art writer, curator, and researcher based in Taipei. Yu obtained his M.A. in Art History and Art Criticism and served as an editor for Artco magazine in Taiwan from 2005 to 2007. Covering Taiwan’s art scenes and visual culture in postwar era, he has written articles for various art journals and exhibition catalogues and participated in the exhibition View–Point: A Retrospective Exhibition of Li Yuan-chia (2014) as the UK research coordinator. Between 2015 and 2016, he curated Shoot the Pianist: The Noise Scene in Taipei 1990-1995 at Peltz Gallery and organized the sound art event Formless (2016) in London. His recent curatorial projects include Broken Spectre at Taipei Fine Arts Museum (2017) and The Alternative Guide of Time at Taiwan Contemporary Culture Lab (C-Lab) in 2018. He is currently a Ph.D. candidate in Humanities and Cultural Studies at Birkbeck (London Consortium), University of London, and the Head of Research Division of Taiwan Contemporary Culture Lab (C-Lab) in Taipei.
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Waste, Noise, and Local Art Exhibitions
Volume 18, Number 2, March/April 2019
by Wei Yu
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