Photo: Liu Yao
Born in Taiwan in 1970; lives and works in Taiwan.
In the 1990s, Te-Yu began her attempt to explore a sense of space through fabric materials, creating a balloon installation where the audience is free to roll the work around and enter inside. Using milky-white transparent materials, or at other times, pastel colored materials, her work installs a new place in an existing space where a wide range of audiences could shared and enjoyed, and transforms the entire space into a different world. She has made several visits to Japan including a residency in Ibaraki Prefecture for the ARCUS Project in 2000, a group exhibition at the Art Tower Mito in 2001, and the Yokohama Triennale in 2005. For KENPOKU ART 2016, she is planning a site specific work which will transform the subject/object relationship between space and audience.