jo@vernacular.institute

Jo Ying PENG (b.1982, Taiwan) is currently based in Mexico City and runs Vernacular Institute and Black Language Book Club. Working across curatorial and editorial boundaries, her practice addresses the agency of art by initiating alternative forms of production within performative settings and through experimental approaches. As former curator in Taipei Contemporary Art Center(TCAC), Peng has led projects that discuss post art history and institutional critique. Her recent selected projects include Vernácular: Art Book Fair (proyectosmonclova, 2018), There after Here: Performing a Verb (Vernacular Institute, 2017), Portrait Portrait (TCAC, 2016), Marginal Matters (Arkipel, 2016), A Gaze on the Contemporary (Urban Nomad Film Fest , 2016), Black Market White Paper (TCAC, 2015), Remastering under the Banyan Tree (TCAC, 2015) and co-initiated Open Curatorial School (TCAC 2014-2016) and Burning Issue Residency (2014).

 

Jo Ying Peng (1982, Taiwán) vive actualmente en la Ciudad de México, y dirige el Vernacular Institute y el Black Language Book Club. Atravesando los límites entre lo curatorial y lo editorial, su práctica aborda el agenciamiento del arte al iniciar formas de producción dentro de contextos performáticos y acercamientos experimentales. Como curadora del TCAC, Peng encabezó proyectos que discuten la post-historia del arte y la crítica institucional. Entre sus proyectos recientes se encuentran la Vernácular Art Book Fair (Proyectos Monclova, 2018), There after Here: Performing a Verb (Vernacular Institute, 2017), Portrait Portrait (TCAC, 2016), Marginal Matters (Arkipel, 2016), A Gaze on the Contemporary (Urban Nomad Film Fest, 2016), Black Market White Paper (TCAC, 2015) y Remastering under the Banyan Tree (TCAC, 2015). También fue cofundadora del Open Curatorial School (TCAC, 2014-2016) y de la Burning Issue Residency (2014).