Tsai Ming-Jiun (Ming-Jiun)
Recently, she is working on projects that explore the relationship between historical industries/developments and our habitat, and these projects have positive feedback from participants and visitors, which makes me believe more and more in the power of art to connect and communicate with people. She thinks now it is a crucial and critical moment for her to work on projects that raise people’s awareness and stimulate actions to create a more sustainable environment for life and for art. Her network in Taiwan is very diverse due to my varied experience including working in alternative space, commercial gallery, cafe-gallery, as well as her practice of independent curating and academic research.
She believes that she can share her connections with curators, artists, art spaces, art and academic institutions and some NGOs with other MCH Reps when needed. She really looks forward to exploring Taiwan from some different perspectives through other Reps’ projects and collaborations and last but not least, to know our neighbor Mekong region more than she should have.