Born in 1986 in Taipei, Taiwan
Lives and works in Taipei, Taiwan
Wu Chi-Yu’s work has long been focused on re-establishing the connections among humans, things, animals, and the ruined world left by tech capitalism. His practice revolves around the moving image, looking for contemporary narratives in lost memory through the reproducing of oral history and myths. He is also involved in different collaboration projects of installation, video installation, and performance.
He has exhibited internationally. Group exhibitions include: Liquid Love (MoCA Taipei, Taipei, Taiwan, 2020); Shanghai Biennale: Proregress, (Power Station of Art, Shanghai, China, 2018); Trans-Justice (MoCA Taipei, Taipei, Taiwan, 2018);Crush (Para Site, Hong Kong, 2018); Taipei Biennial (Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taipei, Taiwan, 2016). His films have been screened at Beijing International Short Film Festival (Beijing, China, 2017); EXiS Experimental Film and Video Festival (Seoul, Korea, 2017); Arkipel – Jakarta International Documentary and Experimental Film Festival (Jakarta, Indonesia, 2016). Notable solo exhibitions include: Atlas of the Closed Worlds (TheCube Project Space, Taipei, Taiwan, 2021); 91 Square Meters of Time (TKG+ Projects, Taipei, Taiwan, 2017). He was a resident artist at Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten (Amsterdam, Netherlands, 2014–2015).