Su Yu-Xin (b. 1991) was born and raised in Taiwan. She explores the boundaries of time and space through painting, print-making, installation, and other media typically perceived as static forms. Her work engages with the philosophical relationship between artwork and human experience. Su is interested in how technologies of vision derived from linear perspective can shape the way of seeing the surrounding environments, and can impact the definitions of landscape. She employs water as a motif for studying the fluidity of memory and poetry in the process of landscape-making. In her recent practice, Su tests new possibilities of cartography in the contemporary world as a painterly language. Su graduated from Slade School of Fine Art with an MFA in painting, and has been working between London, Taipei, and Shanghai.

Sep.2014 – July. 2016   Slade School of Fine Art, UCL , MFA Painting
Sep.2013 – Feb.2014    Taipei National University of The Arts (TNUA) , MFA, Painting
Sep.2009 – Jun.2013    Taipei National University of The Arts (TNUA) , BFA, Major in  Chinese Painting

2019   A Hue to Spell, KuanDu Museum of Fine Art, Taipei.

2019    Almost No Memory, Madein Gallery, Shanghai
2019    hic sunt leones, 798 Art Centre, Beijing.
2018    Taiwan Biennial- Wild Rhizome, National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Taichung
2018     Building Code Violation III, Special Economic Zone, Long March Space, Beijing
2018     A World in a Grain of Sand: Mapping Shapes and Sites for Social Deometries Atlantis Fosun Foundation, Sanya
2017     2017 Art Basel, Long March Space, Basel.
2016     Trembling Surfaces, Long March space, Beijing.
2016     Future Island, Saatchi Gallery, London.
2016     2016 Slade Degree Show, UCL, London.
2016     Refuse: Refuge: Re-fuse, The Koppel Project, London.
2016     Small press project, University of College London, London.

2013     The Opening Stage: New Artists Funding Program, The Ministry of Culture, Taiwan

2016     Artist lecture “Wet thought on dry images” at Taipei National University of Fine Arts, Taipei.
2016     In Conversation with Baroness Helena Kennedy, The Koppel Project, London

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