Wu Chi-Yu (b. 1986) is an artist based in Taipei. His works has long been focusing on re-establishing the connections among humans, things, animals, and the ruined world left by technic capitalism. His practice revolves around the moving image, looking for contemporary narratives in lost memory through the reproducing of oral history and myths. He is also involved in different collaboration projects of installation, video installation, and performance.
His recent solo exhibitions include: Atlas of the closed worlds, The cube project space, Taipei (2021); 91 Square Meters of Time, TKG+ Project, Taipei (2017). Major group exhibitions include: One Song Is Very Much Like Another, And The Boat Is Aways From Afar, Guangdong Times Museum, Guangdong (2021); From Object to Cosmos, Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts, Kaohsiung (2021); Liquid Love, Moca Taipei, Taipei (2020); Subzoology: 2020 Taiwan Biennial, Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Taichung (2020); The Oceans and the Interpreters, Hong-gah Museum, Taipei (2020); Serious Games, HOW Art Museum (Shanghai), Shanghai (2019); Letter．Callus．Post-war, Kuandu Museum of Fine Art & Galeri Lorong, Taipei & Yogyakarta (2019); Progress: Art in an Age of Historical Ambivalence: 12th Shanghai Biennale, Power Station of Art, Shanghai (2018); Trans-Justice: Para-Colonial@Technology, Moca Taipei, Taipei (2018); Gestures and Archives of the Present, Genealogies of the Future: Taipei Biennial, Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taipei (2016).
His films have been screened at Beijing International Short Film Festival, Beijing (2017); EXiS Festival, Seoul (2017); Arkipel Festival, Jakarta (2016). He also is a resident artist at Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten, Amsterdam, Netherlands (2014-2015).