CURATOR OF THE TNUA SPECIAL EXHIBITION
She has a PhD in Political Theory at the university of Essex. Her research area includes human rights and transitional justice, politics of memory, and post-structuralist theories. She teaches at the college of humanity at the National Taipei University of the Arts,and is also the director of the center for art resources and educational outreach at the TNUA.
She worked as deputy secretary-general at the Taiwan Association for Human Rights, being at the front line of the social movement advocating the rights for adequate housing. She also had a position in the Taipei Mayor’s office, in charge of the policies of civil participation, urban space governance, and cultural affairs. Her recent research project is focusing on questioning the ethical position of the socially engaged arts and the possibility of building up democratic ethos for a transitional society through socially engaged arts.