Yu Fang Chi is a Taiwan-born artist. Her practice involves repetitive fibre-related techniques which can be connected to traditional domestic art processes. She engaged intensive material-based practices, artistic research and curatorial projects to deftly investigate the role of femininity and its cultural connotations.

Yu Fang introspects the processes of weaving and the position of female body. She works across different facets of textile practice and collaborates with diverse artistic fields. Her research focuses on the development of textile and contemporary jewellery in Asia-Pacific Region. Her recent curatorial project assembles narratives and gender studies with the potential to bring subjective encounters into wider social assignations.

Yu Fang Chi’s artwork has been selected in international institutions and platforms, such as Talente and Schmuck exhibition in Germany, Cheongju International Craft Biennale in Korea, and exhibitions in Belgium, , Japan, Norway, India, and Estonia. In 2017, her work has collected by Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris. She received Diana Morgan Postgraduate Gold & Silversmithing Prize in RMIT, and the Marzee Prize in the Netherland in 2018. Yu Fang currently works and lives in Melbourne.



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