Chu Chun Teng
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Born in 1982, Taipei, Taiwan. Chu made a number of short films and participated in international film festivals when he was still in university. Upon receiving his B.A. film degree, he shifted his direction towards fine art, working on film, video art and installation. Chu is deeply concerned with the dilemma of the individual in modern society, in particular to individual existence, social hierarchy, and political conflicts, which are revealed throughout his art practice.
His work has been widely presented by major film festivals and international art institutions, include The 28th Clermont-Ferrand Short Film Festival, The 19th Singapore International Film Festival, The 7th Seoul international Film Festival, and 2014 Taipei Biennial — The Great Acceleration, Kunsthaus Esse, Shanghai Contemporary Art Museum, Glasgow Center for Contemporary Arts, and Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art.
In 2013 Chu ChunTeng founded a co-working art space "Polymer" in Taipei, with the attempt to promote interdisciplinary art practices and artistic experiments.