21 SEP - 28 OCT, 2023
IN COLLABORATION WITH CHEN WAN-YIN
The Making of Crime Scenes
Produced by Le Fresnoy - Studio national des arts contemporains.
Editing and translation: Ashley Michelle Casillas,Carla Lamoyi
Production: Todo Woooow
THE EXHIBITION THE MAKING OF CRIME SCENES IS MADE WITH THE SUPPORT OF THE MINISTRY OF CULTURE OF TAIWAN.
Hsu Che-Yu (b.1985) is an artist based in Amsterdam and Taipei primarily creating animations, videos, and installations that feature the relations between media and memories. What matters to the artist is not simply the history of events traceable through media, but also the construction and visualization of memories, be they private or collective. In 2022, he begins his two-year art residency in Rijksakademie in Amsterdam. Hsu has participated in the Theater der Welt (2023), Bienal de São Paulo (2021), Seoul Mediacity Biennale (2021), Sonsbeek20→24 public program (2020), VIDEONALE.18 (2018), Shanghai Biennale (2018, 2012), London Design Biennale (2018), Asian Art Biennial (2017), IFFR International Film Festival Rotterdam, and NYFF New York Film Festival.
Chen Wan-Yin (b.1988) is a writer and researcher. She was the editor of the Mandarin art magazine Art Critique of Taiwan (2011- 2012) and Artist Magazine (2014 -2017). And she participated in art projects as a writer and editor such as Broken Spectre (Taipei Fine Art Museum, 2017) and Phantas.ma/polis (Asian Art Biennial at National Taiwan Museum, 2021). Recent essays are published in Taipei Fine Arts Museum Modern Art, Voices of Photography. Her interests lie in artistic confrontations with the entanglements of coloniality in art historiography, meanwhile works as a scriptwriter in video works which had shown at São Paulo Biennial (2021), Seoul Mediacity Biennale (2021), Theater der Welt (2023). Currently, she is a PhD candidate in modern and contemporary art history at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.