高俊宏 Kao JunHonn
Born in 1973 in Taiwan, he graduated in 1998 from Taipei National University of the Arts with a BA in Fine Arts, and graduated in 2017 from Tainan National University of the Arts with a PhD in Art Creation and Theory. Currently he is Assistant Professor at Graduate Institute of Transdisciplinary Art, National Kaohsiung Normal University. His artistic practice involves mediums including the human body, video, active projects, and non-fiction writing. His works frequently examine issues surrounding history, space, bio-politics, neoliberalism, East Asia, and indigeneity. He has participated in numerous solo exhibitions, group shows, and biennials at home and abroad since 1995. He has worked in Hong Kong, France, and the United Kingdom through art residency programs. His works had been nominated and won numerous Taishin Arts Awards. His written publications include Bubble Love, The Home Project, Archives of Aesthetics of Existence in Taipei, The Archipelagic Trifold Mirror of Art trilogy, and IIyong Topa. He had won Best Book of the Year Award at the Golden Tripod Awards for Publications in 2016.