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TSAI Charwei

1980 年生於台灣台北。

蔡佳葳於 2002 年獲得羅德島設計學院工業設計及藝術建築史學位,並於 2010 年完成巴黎國立高等美術學院 — 塞納河計畫。蔡佳葳創作探討地理、社會和精神性,鼓勵觀者跨越自身思考的框架。她同時關注人與自然,並思考文化信仰、精神性與無常之間的複雜關係。在藝術創作之外,她自 2005 年創辦半年發行一次的藝術家手帖《Lovely Daze》,負責設計、編輯與發行。重要展歷與計畫包括日惹雙年展(2019);《蔡佳葳:Bulaubulau》(華人當代藝術中心,曼徹斯特,英國,2018);《水月》(當代藝術機構,維勒班,法國,2017);《聽她歌唱》(海沃藝廊,南岸藝術中心,倫敦,英國,2017);雪梨雙年展(2016);《簡單形體》(森美術館,東京,日本,2015;龐畢度藝術中心-Metz 分館,巴黎,法國,2014);沙迦雙年展(沙迦,阿拉伯聯合大公國,2013);橫濱三年展(橫濱,日本,2011)和魯爾三年展(魯爾,德國,2011);第六屆亞太藝術三年展(昆士蘭美術館,布里斯本,澳洲,2009);「聖跡」(龐畢度藝術中心,巴黎,法國,2008);「藝術之溫度變化 — 亞洲新浪潮」(ZKM 藝術與媒體中心,卡爾斯魯,德國,2007); 第一屆新加坡雙年展(新加坡,2006)。

Born in 1980 in Taipei, Taiwan. TSAI Charwei graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design in industrial design and art & architectural history (2002), and the postgraduate research program La Seine at L’École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts, Paris (2010). Highly personal yet universal concerns spur TSAI’s multi-media practice. Geographical, social, and spiritual motifs inform a body of work, which encourages viewer participation outside the confines of complacent contemplation. Preoccupied with the human/nature relationship, TSAI meditates on the complexities among cultural beliefs, spirituality, and transience. In addition to her art practice, TSAI publishes, designs and edits Lovely Daze, a curatorial journal published twice a year since 2005. TSAI has had solo exhibitions and projects internationally, including: TSAI Charwei: Bulaubulau Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art, Manchester, U.K. (2018); Water Moon, Institute of Contemporary Art, Villeurbanne/Rhône-Alpes, France, and Hear Her Singing, a project commissioned by Hayward Gallery at Southbank Centre, London, U.K. (both in 2017); A Dedication to the Sea, curated by Eugene Tan at Espace Culturel Louis Vuitton, Singapore (2012); and Water, Earth and Air, curated by Suhanya Raffel at Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation, Sydney, Australia (2009). She has participated in group exhibitions and biennials, including Biennale Jogja 2019; Minimalism: Space, Light, Object, Art & Science Museum in collaboration with National Gallery Singapore; Scared Spaces, Rubin Museum of Art, New York, U.S. (both in 2018); Biennale of Sydney, Australia (2016); Simple Shapes, Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan (2015), and Centre Pompidou-Metz, Paris, France (2014); Sharjah Biennial (2013); Yokohama Triennial (2011); 6th Asia Pacific Triennial (2009); Traces of the Sacred, Centre Pompidou, Paris, France (2008); Thermocline of Art: New Asian Waves, ZKM Center of Art and Media, Karlsruhe, Germany (2007); and the inaugural Singapore Biennale (2006).

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