Ying-Hsuan Tai 戴映萱


Independent curator, art critic and writer Ying-Hsuan Tai was born in Taiwan and based in London. She holds an MFA in Curating from Goldsmiths, University of London. She is the former chief curator of “Between Borders” from 2016 to 2017. Her most recent independent curatorial projects were “The Xenophobia of Time?” (2017) – an exhibition exploring the pertinent issues of migration and time at Clerkenwell Gallery London; “Create Syria: The Future Constellation” (2016) – a joint project by International Alert, the British Council and Ettijahat – Independent Culture. It was part of the Talking Peace Festival 2016 which aimed to support dialogue and resilience between refugees and communities across Lebanon. Her writing has been included in numerous magazines and publications, and she has been writing for the Artist Magazine as art critic since 2015.

獨立策展人、藝術評論。畢業於東海大學美術系理論組,並於2016年取得英國倫敦大學金匠學院(Goldsmiths, University of London)藝術策展碩士學位。曾任英國人權組織「國際警戒」(International Alert)三十週年慶展覽「創造敘利亞」總策展人、藝術與人權組織「Between Borders」策展人。近期策展計畫為「The Xenophobia of Time?」,持續以策展實踐關注時間與國際移動議題。藝評寫作方面,關注當代藝術的有機書寫、國內外當代藝術動向,文章散見於《藝術家》、《現代美術》、《藝術認證》、《Art Plus》、《a.m post》等藝術與文化媒體刊物,目前為台灣《藝術家》雜誌駐倫敦特約作者,並經營個人部落格「The Shape of a Narrative」。