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Lee Tzu-Tung


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Tzu-Tung Lee is a curator and a political artist from Taiwan. Combining anthropological field research and political activism, zir projects explore how one survives and negotiates autonomy with multiple forms of political, gender, and illness identities. Surfing between video, installation, web art, and performance art forms, Tzu-Tung often introduces participatory methods in zir works and invites participants as collective creators to test and decolonize the contemporary form of art, technology, and authorities. Tzu-Tung has an MS from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), an MFA with a full merit scholarship from the School of Art Institute of Chicago, and a BS from the National Taiwan University, Agricultural Economics department. Zir's artworks have been exhibited globally, including MOCA Taipei, C-Lab (TW), MIT Museum, Cuchifritos Gallery, Stanford University, Tom Robbinson Gallery (US), Lisbon University (PT), ArtScape(CA), Transmidale(DE), ADL(SK), among others. Tzu-Tung is also an organizer for several of Taiwan’s Indigenous and gender movements, the founder of an artist-technologist collaborative NPO, and the curator of art and anthropology exhibitions. Website:

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