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Juliet Fang




My work explores the fast lifestyle and how new things happen around me. Modern life interests me to discover more myself and re-arrange the relationship between inner and outer worlds and how the human being lives in a changeable situation.

The desire of expressing the idea in a diverse way such as photography, writing, use different materials into visualization, to keep something connection with me. I don’t know that reason why I am interested, is more curious for me to explore deeper.

To draw a position for each idea with consideration, I will decide how much it reveal or obscure for understanding, how to express and material used, there is no permanent form, I prefer it development freely.








b.1982 Born in Taiwan
Lives and works in London and Taipei.


Education    2007-2011 Camberwell College of Arts, BA Hons, Fine Art Painting








# SOLO EXHIBITIONS


2015 I Shall pass, into, 81BOOKS Gallery, Tokyo
2013 Move Me, Takt Kunstprojektraum Gallery, Berlin
2012 Takt Kunstprojektraum Gallery, Berlin
2011 Ghost, 272 Gallery, London
2011 World's end, Salt peanuts Gallery, Taipei
2010 Recollection, 272 Gallery, London



# SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITONS

2017 Sleeper, for good cafe, Taipei
2017 one book / long distance dialogue, Fonderie. Usine Kugler, Geneva, Switzerland
2016 Sounds like general ordinary thinking / CIY and NAGASAWA COFFEE, Japan
2013 Being and the wool wall with Jung Hyo Jung / Cheongju ART Studio, South Korea
2013 TRANSITION COLLECTIVE / frozen explosions, London
2012 There is no reason / Shih Chien University, Taipei
2012 TRANSITION COLLECTIVE / INTERIOR HYSTERIA, LONDON
2011 1+1=11, Takt Kunstprojektaum Gallery, Berlin
2011 Open Studio/ New Works, Takt Kunstprojektraum Gallery, Berlin
2011 Open Studio, Takt Kunstprojektraum Gallery, Berlin
2011 Holy Ghost / The Collection, New Gallery, London
2011 Degree Show, Camberwell College of Arts, London
2010 Open Studio, Core Gallery, London
2010 Recollection, Showcase, London
2010 Cut-Part 2, Biscuit Factory, London















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