Biography
Ting Tong Chang monogragh monograph available Ting-Tong Chang was born in Taiwan and received his MFA at Goldsmiths, University of London where he currently lives and works. Chang has exhibited and received a number of awards internationally, with solo exhibitions at Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop(2013), Kunstkraftwerk Leipzig(2015), CFCCA Manchester(2015), Asia House London(2016) and Taipei Fine Arts Museum(2018). He has participated in group shows and commissioned projects at the Taipei Biennial, Saatchi Gallery, Hull UK City of Culture and Wellcome Trust. Chang’s major awards include the Edinburgh Creative Initiative Award 2013, RBS Bursary Award 2015, RISE Award 2016, VIA Arts Prize 2016 and EWAAC Award 2017. His works can be found in the Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Embassy of Brazil London, Noblesse Collection Seoul, and private collections in Europe and Asia. tingtongchang@gmail.com Education 2011 MFA in Fine Art, Goldsmiths, University of London Solo show 2018 Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taipei, Taiwan (upcoming) 2017 Yiri Gallery, Taipei, Taiwan (upcoming) 2017 Kosmos, Embassy of Brazil, London, UK 2017 Gongye Chang Could Understand Birds, Noblesse Collection, Seoul, South Korea 2016 P’eng’s Journey to the Southern Darkness: Asia House, cur. Eiko Honda, London, UK 2016 North Indies—Pilot: Christine Park Gallery, London, UK 2016 Second Life: Habitat, Hong’s Foundation, Taipei, dual solo show with Hsien Yu Cheng 2015 Clockwork Dreams, Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art (CFCCA), Manchester 2015 Whence Do You Know the Happiness of Fish? Kunst Kraft Werk, cur. Candace Goodrich, Leipzig, Germany 2014 Por Ahora: Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop, Edinburgh, UK 2014 Until Now: Matthew gallery, Edinburgh, UK 2012 Fallacies of Composition: Surface gallery, Nottingham, UK Selected Group Shows 2018 Edinburgh Science Festival, Sumerhall, Edinburgh, UK (upcoming) 2017 States Of Play, Humber Street Gallery, Humber Street Gallery@UK City of Culture, Hull, UK 2017 Currents New Media Festival, El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe, NM, USA 2017 EWAAC Art Award, La Galleria, London, UK 2016 VIA Arts Award, Embassy of Brazil, London, UK 2016 Taiwan Biennial, National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, cur. Dar-Kuen Wu, Taichung, Taiwan 2016 Elsewhere is Nowhere, National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, , cur. by Ya-Wen Fu, Taichung, Taiwan 2016 File Festival, SESI Gallery, Sao Paulo, Brazil 2016 Time and Space, Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts,Omaha, Nebraska, USA 2016 RBS Bursary Award, Royal British Society of Sculptors, London, UK 2016 Exorcism – Curating Each Other, Connecting Space, Hong Kong 2016 PlayList: VT Art Salon, Taipei, Taiwan 2015 FIX Festival, Catalyst Gallery, Belfast, UK 2015 Summer Exhibition, the Florence Trust, London, UK 2015 Make Sense, Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taipei, Taiwan 2014 Bristol Biennial, cur. Hannah Clark, Bristol, UK 2013 Birmingham European Festival: AE Harris, cur. Isla Aguilar, Birmingham, UK 2013 Art Meets Science: Art Crumbles, cur. Meg Mercx, Nijmegen, the Netherlands 2012 III Moscow Biennia for Young Artsl: Moscow Museum of Modern Art, cur. Katrin Becker, Moscow, Russia 2012 Our Demonstration: the Guardian’s Gallery in King’s Place, London, UK 2012 Malta Festival, Nowe Sytuacje, Poznan, Poland 2012 Car Art Festival, id11, Delft, the Netherlands 2011 Salon Art Prize: Matt Roberts Arts Project Space, London, UK 2011 European Performance Art Festival, Centre of Contemporary Arts, cur. Waldemar Tatarczuk, Warsaw, Poland 2011 Performance Platform, Galeria Labirynt, , cur. Waldemar Tatarczuk, Lublin, Poland 2010 Mirror, Mirror on the Wall:TAMTAM8, curated by Ming Jiun Tsai, Berlin, Germany 2010 Forum Biennial: Taipei Contemporary Art Center TCAC, cur. Manray Hsu, Taipei, Taiwan 2010 GetItLouder: Sanlitun SOHO, cur. Ou Ning, Beijing, China 2010 Taiwan Biennial: National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Taichung, Taiwan 2009 Yes Taiwan-Yong Emerging Stars, AKI Gallery, Taipei, Taiwan 2008 Taipei Biennial: Taipei Fine Arts Museum, cur. Vasif Kortun and Manray Hsu, Taipei, Taiwan 2007 A Runaway Zero-Taiwan Emerging Artists: CANS gallery, cur. Yaji Huang, Shanghai, China 2007 CO6 Taiwan Avant-Garde Documenta: National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Taichung, Taiwan Fairs 2017 Art Busan, BEXCO Hall 1, Busan, South Korea 2016 Art Expo Malaysia, MECC (Matrade Exhibition & Convention Centre), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 2016 START art fair, Saatchi gallery, London, UK 2016 Art Central, Central Harbour Front, Hong Kong 2016 Art Basel Hong Kong, Convention&Exhibition Centre, Hong Kong 2015 Sluice Art Fair, The Barge House South Bank, London, UK 2015 Manchester Contemporary, Old Granada Studios, Manchester Awards 2017 Wellcome Trust Seed Award in Humanities and Social Science, PI. Niki Vermeulen 2017 EWAAC Art Award, 1st category prize, London, UK 2017 Japan Media Art Festival, jury selections 2016 RISE Award, Art Central, Hong Kong 2016 8th Art Award, Independent Contemporary Art Advisors ICAA, Munich, Germany 2016 VIA Arts Award, London, UK 2016 Nomination of Sovereign Art Prize 2015 RBS Bursary Award, Royal British Society of Sculptors, London, UK 2015 Nomination of Taishin Art Prize 2014 Creative Initiative, Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop, winner, Edinburgh, UK 2011 Open Call 2011: Surface gallery, first prize, Nottingham, UK 2011 Salon Art Prize: Matt Roberts Arts Project Space, final shortlist, London, UK Collection: Noblesse Collection, Seoul, 2016 Embassy of Brazil, London, 2016 Taipei Fine Arts Museum, 2015 Private collection in Asia, 2016 Private collection in Europe, 2016 Residencies: 2017 Gossamer Fog, London, UK 2017 Sculpture Space, Utica, NY, USA 2016 Blast Theory Residency Programme, Blast Theory, Brighton, UK 2015 Bemis Center for Contemporary Art, Omaha, NE, USA 2014 Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop, Edinburgh, UK 2014 The Florence Trust, London, UK 2013 New York Fellowshjp, apexart, New York, USA 2012 Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art, Manchester, UK Press Fallen, Katie: “Ting-Tong Chang at Art Central Hong Kong,” Ocula Insight, 03/2016 Chang, Yu-Ying&Lu, I-Shu: “2nd Art Central 2016,” ARCO Magazine, 03/2016 Ardia, Xuan Mai: “Preview: Hong Kong’s Art Central Rise sector highlights,” Art Radar Asia, 03/2016 Terris Gordon: “Art Goes Banana,” Herald Scotland, 07/2014 Interview Cho, Younyoung: “Bring Art to Life,” Noblesse Magazine, 02/2017 Mirandilla, Leanne: “Artist Ting-Tong Chang named winner of the RISE Award at Art Central,” HOME Journal, 03/2016 Zi, Chian: “Taiwanese Artist Ting Tong Chang’s Solo show in Edinburgh,” BBC China, 06/2014 Huang, Erica: “Taiwanese Graffiti Artist Bbrother Transformation,” Vice China, 12/2013 Guo, Gwen: “Beautification over vandalism?” Art Radar Asia, 05/2013 Documentary “Asia Dreamers: Art Beyond Borders” NHK World, 02/2016 Kuang, Mandrew: “Life on the Wall,” Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK), 12/2013 Review Franchi, David: “Naturalistic exhibition by Ting-Tong Chang at the Asia House, London,” London Art Review, 01/2017 Barry, Robert: “Emerging Artists And New Scenes: Exploring The Start Art Fair,” the Quietus, 09/2016 Canton, Naomi: “Taxidermy crows in Taiwanese artist’s show symbolise competitive nature of artworld,” Asia House, 09/2016 Wang, Po-Wei: “The Future and the Expanding Now,” Taiwan Digital Art and Information Center, 07/2015 West-Davies, Maeshelle: “Whence do you know the happiness of fish? ” Tin-Tong Chang at Kunstkraftwerk, Leipzig, Germany,” Art-Related, 02/2015 Kasser, Jens: “Zurückhaltender Fischzug,” Kunstszene Leipzig, 02/2015 McCalden, Julie: “Bristol Biennial: impressive, radical and artist led,” a-n news, 09/2014 Aitken, Jon: “Blind Chance (Bristol Biennial),” Rife Magazine, 09/2014 Clark, Robert & Sherwin, Skye: “Sophia Al-Maria, Lee Bul, Late Turner: this week's art shows in pictures,” the Guardians, 09/2014 Norton, Tom: “Ting-Tong, Chang-Fallacies of Compositions at Surface,” Leftlion Magazine, 07/2012 Ujma, Magdalena: “Two Festivals, a few Comments,” Live Gallery Info, 02/2012 Vickers, Jack: “Surface Gallery Open 2011,” Nottingham Visual Arts Magazine, 08/2011 Catalogue: Fish Killer, Ting-Tong Chang Studio, 2016 Taiwan Biennial exhibition catalogue: National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, 2016 Future Now Aesthetica Art Prize Anthology 2016, Aesthetica Magazine, 2016 2016 RBS Bursary Award, Royal British Society of Sculptors, London, 2016 FT2014/5, the Florence Trust, 2015 Make Sense, Taipei Fine Arts Museum, 2015 III Moscow Biennial for Young Arts: Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Moscow, 2012 Forum Biennial: Taipei Contemporary Art Center TCAC, Taipei, 2010 Taiwan Biennial exhibition catalogue: National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, 2010 Taipei Biennial exhibition catalogue: Taipei Fine Arts Museum, 2010
Ting-Tong Chang was born in Taiwan and received his MFA at Goldsmiths, University of London where he currently lives and works. Chang has exhibited and received a number of awards internationally, with solo exhibitions at Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop(2013), Kunstkraftwerk Leipzig(2015), CFCCA Manchester(2015), Asia House London(2016) and Taipei Fine Arts Museum(2018). He has participated in group shows and commissioned projects at the Taipei Biennial, Saatchi Gallery, Hull UK City of Culture and Wellcome Trust. Chang’s major awards include the Edinburgh Creative Initiative Award 2013, RBS Bursary Award 2015, RISE Award 2016, VIA Arts Prize 2016 and EWAAC Award 2017. His works can be found in the Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Embassy of Brazil London, Noblesse Collection Seoul, and private collections in Europe and Asia. tingtongchang@gmail.com Education 2011 MFA in Fine Art, Goldsmiths, University of London Solo show 2018 Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taipei, Taiwan (upcoming) 2017 Yiri Gallery, Taipei, Taiwan (upcoming) 2017 Kosmos, Embassy of Brazil, London, UK 2017 Gongye Chang Could Understand Birds, Noblesse Collection, Seoul, South Korea 2016 P’eng’s Journey to the Southern Darkness: Asia House, cur. Eiko Honda, London, UK 2016 North Indies—Pilot: Christine Park Gallery, London, UK 2016 Second Life: Habitat, Hong’s Foundation, Taipei, dual solo show with Hsien Yu Cheng 2015 Clockwork Dreams, Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art (CFCCA), Manchester 2015 Whence Do You Know the Happiness of Fish? Kunst Kraft Werk, cur. Candace Goodrich, Leipzig, Germany 2014 Por Ahora: Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop, Edinburgh, UK 2014 Until Now: Matthew gallery, Edinburgh, UK 2012 Fallacies of Composition: Surface gallery, Nottingham, UK Selected Group Shows 2018 Edinburgh Science Festival, Sumerhall, Edinburgh, UK (upcoming) 2017 States Of Play, Humber Street Gallery, Humber Street Gallery@UK City of Culture, Hull, UK 2017 Currents New Media Festival, El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe, NM, USA 2017 EWAAC Art Award, La Galleria, London, UK 2016 VIA Arts Award, Embassy of Brazil, London, UK 2016 Taiwan Biennial, National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, cur. Dar-Kuen Wu, Taichung, Taiwan 2016 Elsewhere is Nowhere, National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, , cur. by Ya-Wen Fu, Taichung, Taiwan 2016 File Festival, SESI Gallery, Sao Paulo, Brazil 2016 Time and Space, Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts,Omaha, Nebraska, USA 2016 RBS Bursary Award, Royal British Society of Sculptors, London, UK 2016 Exorcism – Curating Each Other, Connecting Space, Hong Kong 2016 PlayList: VT Art Salon, Taipei, Taiwan 2015 FIX Festival, Catalyst Gallery, Belfast, UK 2015 Summer Exhibition, the Florence Trust, London, UK 2015 Make Sense, Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taipei, Taiwan 2014 Bristol Biennial, cur. Hannah Clark, Bristol, UK 2013 Birmingham European Festival: AE Harris, cur. Isla Aguilar, Birmingham, UK 2013 Art Meets Science: Art Crumbles, cur. Meg Mercx, Nijmegen, the Netherlands 2012 III Moscow Biennia for Young Artsl: Moscow Museum of Modern Art, cur. Katrin Becker, Moscow, Russia 2012 Our Demonstration: the Guardian’s Gallery in King’s Place, London, UK 2012 Malta Festival, Nowe Sytuacje, Poznan, Poland 2012 Car Art Festival, id11, Delft, the Netherlands 2011 Salon Art Prize: Matt Roberts Arts Project Space, London, UK 2011 European Performance Art Festival, Centre of Contemporary Arts, cur. Waldemar Tatarczuk, Warsaw, Poland 2011 Performance Platform, Galeria Labirynt, , cur. Waldemar Tatarczuk, Lublin, Poland 2010 Mirror, Mirror on the Wall:TAMTAM8, curated by Ming Jiun Tsai, Berlin, Germany 2010 Forum Biennial: Taipei Contemporary Art Center TCAC, cur. Manray Hsu, Taipei, Taiwan 2010 GetItLouder: Sanlitun SOHO, cur. Ou Ning, Beijing, China 2010 Taiwan Biennial: National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Taichung, Taiwan 2009 Yes Taiwan-Yong Emerging Stars, AKI Gallery, Taipei, Taiwan 2008 Taipei Biennial: Taipei Fine Arts Museum, cur. Vasif Kortun and Manray Hsu, Taipei, Taiwan 2007 A Runaway Zero-Taiwan Emerging Artists: CANS gallery, cur. Yaji Huang, Shanghai, China 2007 CO6 Taiwan Avant-Garde Documenta: National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Taichung, Taiwan Fairs 2017 Art Busan, BEXCO Hall 1, Busan, South Korea 2016 Art Expo Malaysia, MECC (Matrade Exhibition & Convention Centre), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 2016 START art fair, Saatchi gallery, London, UK 2016 Art Central, Central Harbour Front, Hong Kong 2016 Art Basel Hong Kong, Convention&Exhibition Centre, Hong Kong 2015 Sluice Art Fair, The Barge House South Bank, London, UK 2015 Manchester Contemporary, Old Granada Studios, Manchester Awards 2017 Wellcome Trust Seed Award in Humanities and Social Science, PI. Niki Vermeulen 2017 EWAAC Art Award, 1st category prize, London, UK 2017 Japan Media Art Festival, jury selections 2016 RISE Award, Art Central, Hong Kong 2016 8th Art Award, Independent Contemporary Art Advisors ICAA, Munich, Germany 2016 VIA Arts Award, London, UK 2016 Nomination of Sovereign Art Prize 2015 RBS Bursary Award, Royal British Society of Sculptors, London, UK 2015 Nomination of Taishin Art Prize 2014 Creative Initiative, Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop, winner, Edinburgh, UK 2011 Open Call 2011: Surface gallery, first prize, Nottingham, UK 2011 Salon Art Prize: Matt Roberts Arts Project Space, final shortlist, London, UK Collection: Noblesse Collection, Seoul, 2016 Embassy of Brazil, London, 2016 Taipei Fine Arts Museum, 2015 Private collection in Asia, 2016 Private collection in Europe, 2016 Residencies: 2017 Gossamer Fog, London, UK 2017 Sculpture Space, Utica, NY, USA 2016 Blast Theory Residency Programme, Blast Theory, Brighton, UK 2015 Bemis Center for Contemporary Art, Omaha, NE, USA 2014 Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop, Edinburgh, UK 2014 The Florence Trust, London, UK 2013 New York Fellowshjp, apexart, New York, USA 2012 Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art, Manchester, UK Press Fallen, Katie: “Ting-Tong Chang at Art Central Hong Kong,” Ocula Insight, 03/2016 Chang, Yu-Ying&Lu, I-Shu: “2nd Art Central 2016,” ARCO Magazine, 03/2016 Ardia, Xuan Mai: “Preview: Hong Kong’s Art Central Rise sector highlights,” Art Radar Asia, 03/2016 Terris Gordon: “Art Goes Banana,” Herald Scotland, 07/2014 Interview Cho, Younyoung: “Bring Art to Life,” Noblesse Magazine, 02/2017 Mirandilla, Leanne: “Artist Ting-Tong Chang named winner of the RISE Award at Art Central,” HOME Journal, 03/2016 Zi, Chian: “Taiwanese Artist Ting Tong Chang’s Solo show in Edinburgh,” BBC China, 06/2014 Huang, Erica: “Taiwanese Graffiti Artist Bbrother Transformation,” Vice China, 12/2013 Guo, Gwen: “Beautification over vandalism?” Art Radar Asia, 05/2013 Documentary “Asia Dreamers: Art Beyond Borders” NHK World, 02/2016 Kuang, Mandrew: “Life on the Wall,” Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK), 12/2013 Review Franchi, David: “Naturalistic exhibition by Ting-Tong Chang at the Asia House, London,” London Art Review, 01/2017 Barry, Robert: “Emerging Artists And New Scenes: Exploring The Start Art Fair,” the Quietus, 09/2016 Canton, Naomi: “Taxidermy crows in Taiwanese artist’s show symbolise competitive nature of artworld,” Asia House, 09/2016 Wang, Po-Wei: “The Future and the Expanding Now,” Taiwan Digital Art and Information Center, 07/2015 West-Davies, Maeshelle: “Whence do you know the happiness of fish? ” Tin-Tong Chang at Kunstkraftwerk, Leipzig, Germany,” Art-Related, 02/2015 Kasser, Jens: “Zurückhaltender Fischzug,” Kunstszene Leipzig, 02/2015 McCalden, Julie: “Bristol Biennial: impressive, radical and artist led,” a-n news, 09/2014 Aitken, Jon: “Blind Chance (Bristol Biennial),” Rife Magazine, 09/2014 Clark, Robert & Sherwin, Skye: “Sophia Al-Maria, Lee Bul, Late Turner: this week's art shows in pictures,” the Guardians, 09/2014 Norton, Tom: “Ting-Tong, Chang-Fallacies of Compositions at Surface,” Leftlion Magazine, 07/2012 Ujma, Magdalena: “Two Festivals, a few Comments,” Live Gallery Info, 02/2012 Vickers, Jack: “Surface Gallery Open 2011,” Nottingham Visual Arts Magazine, 08/2011 Catalogue: Fish Killer, Ting-Tong Chang Studio, 2016 Taiwan Biennial exhibition catalogue: National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, 2016 Future Now Aesthetica Art Prize Anthology 2016, Aesthetica Magazine, 2016 2016 RBS Bursary Award, Royal British Society of Sculptors, London, 2016 FT2014/5, the Florence Trust, 2015 Make Sense, Taipei Fine Arts Museum, 2015 III Moscow Biennial for Young Arts: Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Moscow, 2012 Forum Biennial: Taipei Contemporary Art Center TCAC, Taipei, 2010 Taiwan Biennial exhibition catalogue: National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, 2010 Taipei Biennial exhibition catalogue: Taipei Fine Arts Museum, 2010
Ting-Tong Chang was born in Taiwan and received his MFA at Goldsmiths, University of London where he currently lives and works. Chang has exhibited and received a number of awards internationally, with solo exhibitions at Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop(2013), Kunstkraftwerk Leipzig(2015), CFCCA Manchester(2015), Asia House London(2016) and Taipei Fine Arts Museum(2018). He has participated in group shows and commissioned projects at the Taipei Biennial, Saatchi Gallery, Hull UK City of Culture and Wellcome Trust. Chang’s major awards include the Edinburgh Creative Initiative Award 2013, RBS Bursary Award 2015, RISE Award 2016, VIA Arts Prize 2016 and EWAAC Award 2017. His works can be found in the Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Embassy of Brazil London, Noblesse Collection Seoul, and private collections in Europe and Asia. tingtongchang@gmail.com Education 2011 MFA in Fine Art, Goldsmiths, University of London Solo show 2018 Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taipei, Taiwan (upcoming) 2017 Yiri Gallery, Taipei, Taiwan (upcoming) 2017 Kosmos, Embassy of Brazil, London, UK 2017 Gongye Chang Could Understand Birds, Noblesse Collection, Seoul, South Korea 2016 P’eng’s Journey to the Southern Darkness: Asia House, cur. Eiko Honda, London, UK 2016 North Indies—Pilot: Christine Park Gallery, London, UK 2016 Second Life: Habitat, Hong’s Foundation, Taipei, dual solo show with Hsien Yu Cheng 2015 Clockwork Dreams, Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art (CFCCA), Manchester 2015 Whence Do You Know the Happiness of Fish? Kunst Kraft Werk, cur. Candace Goodrich, Leipzig, Germany 2014 Por Ahora: Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop, Edinburgh, UK 2014 Until Now: Matthew gallery, Edinburgh, UK 2012 Fallacies of Composition: Surface gallery, Nottingham, UK Selected Group Shows 2018 Edinburgh Science Festival, Sumerhall, Edinburgh, UK (upcoming) 2017 States Of Play, Humber Street Gallery, Humber Street Gallery@UK City of Culture, Hull, UK 2017 Currents New Media Festival, El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe, NM, USA 2017 EWAAC Art Award, La Galleria, London, UK 2016 VIA Arts Award, Embassy of Brazil, London, UK 2016 Taiwan Biennial, National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, cur. Dar-Kuen Wu, Taichung, Taiwan 2016 Elsewhere is Nowhere, National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, , cur. by Ya-Wen Fu, Taichung, Taiwan 2016 File Festival, SESI Gallery, Sao Paulo, Brazil 2016 Time and Space, Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts,Omaha, Nebraska, USA 2016 RBS Bursary Award, Royal British Society of Sculptors, London, UK 2016 Exorcism – Curating Each Other, Connecting Space, Hong Kong 2016 PlayList: VT Art Salon, Taipei, Taiwan 2015 FIX Festival, Catalyst Gallery, Belfast, UK 2015 Summer Exhibition, the Florence Trust, London, UK 2015 Make Sense, Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taipei, Taiwan 2014 Bristol Biennial, cur. Hannah Clark, Bristol, UK 2013 Birmingham European Festival: AE Harris, cur. Isla Aguilar, Birmingham, UK 2013 Art Meets Science: Art Crumbles, cur. Meg Mercx, Nijmegen, the Netherlands 2012 III Moscow Biennia for Young Artsl: Moscow Museum of Modern Art, cur. Katrin Becker, Moscow, Russia 2012 Our Demonstration: the Guardian’s Gallery in King’s Place, London, UK 2012 Malta Festival, Nowe Sytuacje, Poznan, Poland 2012 Car Art Festival, id11, Delft, the Netherlands 2011 Salon Art Prize: Matt Roberts Arts Project Space, London, UK 2011 European Performance Art Festival, Centre of Contemporary Arts, cur. Waldemar Tatarczuk, Warsaw, Poland 2011 Performance Platform, Galeria Labirynt, , cur. Waldemar Tatarczuk, Lublin, Poland 2010 Mirror, Mirror on the Wall:TAMTAM8, curated by Ming Jiun Tsai, Berlin, Germany 2010 Forum Biennial: Taipei Contemporary Art Center TCAC, cur. Manray Hsu, Taipei, Taiwan 2010 GetItLouder: Sanlitun SOHO, cur. Ou Ning, Beijing, China 2010 Taiwan Biennial: National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Taichung, Taiwan 2009 Yes Taiwan-Yong Emerging Stars, AKI Gallery, Taipei, Taiwan 2008 Taipei Biennial: Taipei Fine Arts Museum, cur. Vasif Kortun and Manray Hsu, Taipei, Taiwan 2007 A Runaway Zero-Taiwan Emerging Artists: CANS gallery, cur. Yaji Huang, Shanghai, China 2007 CO6 Taiwan Avant-Garde Documenta: National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Taichung, Taiwan Fairs 2017 Art Busan, BEXCO Hall 1, Busan, South Korea 2016 Art Expo Malaysia, MECC (Matrade Exhibition & Convention Centre), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 2016 START art fair, Saatchi gallery, London, UK 2016 Art Central, Central Harbour Front, Hong Kong 2016 Art Basel Hong Kong, Convention&Exhibition Centre, Hong Kong 2015 Sluice Art Fair, The Barge House South Bank, London, UK 2015 Manchester Contemporary, Old Granada Studios, Manchester Awards 2017 Wellcome Trust Seed Award in Humanities and Social Science, PI. Niki Vermeulen 2017 EWAAC Art Award, 1st category prize, London, UK 2017 Japan Media Art Festival, jury selections 2016 RISE Award, Art Central, Hong Kong 2016 8th Art Award, Independent Contemporary Art Advisors ICAA, Munich, Germany 2016 VIA Arts Award, London, UK 2016 Nomination of Sovereign Art Prize 2015 RBS Bursary Award, Royal British Society of Sculptors, London, UK 2015 Nomination of Taishin Art Prize 2014 Creative Initiative, Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop, winner, Edinburgh, UK 2011 Open Call 2011: Surface gallery, first prize, Nottingham, UK 2011 Salon Art Prize: Matt Roberts Arts Project Space, final shortlist, London, UK Collection: Noblesse Collection, Seoul, 2016 Embassy of Brazil, London, 2016 Taipei Fine Arts Museum, 2015 Private collection in Asia, 2016 Private collection in Europe, 2016 Residencies: 2017 Gossamer Fog, London, UK 2017 Sculpture Space, Utica, NY, USA 2016 Blast Theory Residency Programme, Blast Theory, Brighton, UK 2015 Bemis Center for Contemporary Art, Omaha, NE, USA 2014 Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop, Edinburgh, UK 2014 The Florence Trust, London, UK 2013 New York Fellowshjp, apexart, New York, USA 2012 Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art, Manchester, UK Press Fallen, Katie: “Ting-Tong Chang at Art Central Hong Kong,” Ocula Insight, 03/2016 Chang, Yu-Ying&Lu, I-Shu: “2nd Art Central 2016,” ARCO Magazine, 03/2016 Ardia, Xuan Mai: “Preview: Hong Kong’s Art Central Rise sector highlights,” Art Radar Asia, 03/2016 Terris Gordon: “Art Goes Banana,” Herald Scotland, 07/2014 Interview Cho, Younyoung: “Bring Art to Life,” Noblesse Magazine, 02/2017 Mirandilla, Leanne: “Artist Ting-Tong Chang named winner of the RISE Award at Art Central,” HOME Journal, 03/2016 Zi, Chian: “Taiwanese Artist Ting Tong Chang’s Solo show in Edinburgh,” BBC China, 06/2014 Huang, Erica: “Taiwanese Graffiti Artist Bbrother Transformation,” Vice China, 12/2013 Guo, Gwen: “Beautification over vandalism?” Art Radar Asia, 05/2013 Documentary “Asia Dreamers: Art Beyond Borders” NHK World, 02/2016 Kuang, Mandrew: “Life on the Wall,” Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK), 12/2013 Review Franchi, David: “Naturalistic exhibition by Ting-Tong Chang at the Asia House, London,” London Art Review, 01/2017 Barry, Robert: “Emerging Artists And New Scenes: Exploring The Start Art Fair,” the Quietus, 09/2016 Canton, Naomi: “Taxidermy crows in Taiwanese artist’s show symbolise competitive nature of artworld,” Asia House, 09/2016 Wang, Po-Wei: “The Future and the Expanding Now,” Taiwan Digital Art and Information Center, 07/2015 West-Davies, Maeshelle: “Whence do you know the happiness of fish? ” Tin-Tong Chang at Kunstkraftwerk, Leipzig, Germany,” Art-Related, 02/2015 Kasser, Jens: “Zurückhaltender Fischzug,” Kunstszene Leipzig, 02/2015 McCalden, Julie: “Bristol Biennial: impressive, radical and artist led,” a-n news, 09/2014 Aitken, Jon: “Blind Chance (Bristol Biennial),” Rife Magazine, 09/2014 Clark, Robert & Sherwin, Skye: “Sophia Al-Maria, Lee Bul, Late Turner: this week's art shows in pictures,” the Guardians, 09/2014 Norton, Tom: “Ting-Tong, Chang-Fallacies of Compositions at Surface,” Leftlion Magazine, 07/2012 Ujma, Magdalena: “Two Festivals, a few Comments,” Live Gallery Info, 02/2012 Vickers, Jack: “Surface Gallery Open 2011,” Nottingham Visual Arts Magazine, 08/2011 Catalogue: Fish Killer, Ting-Tong Chang Studio, 2016 Taiwan Biennial exhibition catalogue: National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, 2016 Future Now Aesthetica Art Prize Anthology 2016, Aesthetica Magazine, 2016 2016 RBS Bursary Award, Royal British Society of Sculptors, London, 2016 FT2014/5, the Florence Trust, 2015 Make Sense, Taipei Fine Arts Museum, 2015 III Moscow Biennial for Young Arts: Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Moscow, 2012 Forum Biennial: Taipei Contemporary Art Center TCAC, Taipei, 2010 Taiwan Biennial exhibition catalogue: National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, 2010 Taipei Biennial exhibition catalogue: Taipei Fine Arts Museum, 2010
Ting-Tong Chang was born in Taiwan and received his MFA at Goldsmiths, University of London where he currently lives and works. Chang has exhibited and received a number of awards internationally, with solo exhibitions at Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop(2013), Kunstkraftwerk Leipzig(2015), CFCCA Manchester(2015), Asia House London(2016) and Taipei Fine Arts Museum(2018). He has participated in group shows and commissioned projects at the Taipei Biennial, Saatchi Gallery, Hull UK City of Culture and Wellcome Trust. Chang’s major awards include the Edinburgh Creative Initiative Award 2013, RBS Bursary Award 2015, RISE Award 2016, VIA Arts Prize 2016 and EWAAC Award 2017. His works can be found in the Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Embassy of Brazil London, Noblesse Collection Seoul, and private collections in Europe and Asia. tingtongchang@gmail.com Education 2011 MFA in Fine Art, Goldsmiths, University of London Solo show 2018 Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taipei, Taiwan (upcoming) 2017 Yiri Gallery, Taipei, Taiwan (upcoming) 2017 Kosmos, Embassy of Brazil, London, UK 2017 Gongye Chang Could Understand Birds, Noblesse Collection, Seoul, South Korea 2016 P’eng’s Journey to the Southern Darkness: Asia House, cur. Eiko Honda, London, UK 2016 North Indies—Pilot: Christine Park Gallery, London, UK 2016 Second Life: Habitat, Hong’s Foundation, Taipei, dual solo show with Hsien Yu Cheng 2015 Clockwork Dreams, Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art (CFCCA), Manchester 2015 Whence Do You Know the Happiness of Fish? Kunst Kraft Werk, cur. Candace Goodrich, Leipzig, Germany 2014 Por Ahora: Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop, Edinburgh, UK 2014 Until Now: Matthew gallery, Edinburgh, UK 2012 Fallacies of Composition: Surface gallery, Nottingham, UK Selected Group Shows 2018 Edinburgh Science Festival, Sumerhall, Edinburgh, UK (upcoming) 2017 States Of Play, Humber Street Gallery, Humber Street Gallery@UK City of Culture, Hull, UK 2017 Currents New Media Festival, El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe, NM, USA 2017 EWAAC Art Award, La Galleria, London, UK 2016 VIA Arts Award, Embassy of Brazil, London, UK 2016 Taiwan Biennial, National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, cur. Dar-Kuen Wu, Taichung, Taiwan 2016 Elsewhere is Nowhere, National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, , cur. by Ya-Wen Fu, Taichung, Taiwan 2016 File Festival, SESI Gallery, Sao Paulo, Brazil 2016 Time and Space, Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts,Omaha, Nebraska, USA 2016 RBS Bursary Award, Royal British Society of Sculptors, London, UK 2016 Exorcism – Curating Each Other, Connecting Space, Hong Kong 2016 PlayList: VT Art Salon, Taipei, Taiwan 2015 FIX Festival, Catalyst Gallery, Belfast, UK 2015 Summer Exhibition, the Florence Trust, London, UK 2015 Make Sense, Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taipei, Taiwan 2014 Bristol Biennial, cur. Hannah Clark, Bristol, UK 2013 Birmingham European Festival: AE Harris, cur. Isla Aguilar, Birmingham, UK 2013 Art Meets Science: Art Crumbles, cur. Meg Mercx, Nijmegen, the Netherlands 2012 III Moscow Biennia for Young Artsl: Moscow Museum of Modern Art, cur. Katrin Becker, Moscow, Russia 2012 Our Demonstration: the Guardian’s Gallery in King’s Place, London, UK 2012 Malta Festival, Nowe Sytuacje, Poznan, Poland 2012 Car Art Festival, id11, Delft, the Netherlands 2011 Salon Art Prize: Matt Roberts Arts Project Space, London, UK 2011 European Performance Art Festival, Centre of Contemporary Arts, cur. Waldemar Tatarczuk, Warsaw, Poland 2011 Performance Platform, Galeria Labirynt, , cur. Waldemar Tatarczuk, Lublin, Poland 2010 Mirror, Mirror on the Wall:TAMTAM8, curated by Ming Jiun Tsai, Berlin, Germany 2010 Forum Biennial: Taipei Contemporary Art Center TCAC, cur. Manray Hsu, Taipei, Taiwan 2010 GetItLouder: Sanlitun SOHO, cur. Ou Ning, Beijing, China 2010 Taiwan Biennial: National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Taichung, Taiwan 2009 Yes Taiwan-Yong Emerging Stars, AKI Gallery, Taipei, Taiwan 2008 Taipei Biennial: Taipei Fine Arts Museum, cur. Vasif Kortun and Manray Hsu, Taipei, Taiwan 2007 A Runaway Zero-Taiwan Emerging Artists: CANS gallery, cur. Yaji Huang, Shanghai, China 2007 CO6 Taiwan Avant-Garde Documenta: National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Taichung, Taiwan Fairs 2017 Art Busan, BEXCO Hall 1, Busan, South Korea 2016 Art Expo Malaysia, MECC (Matrade Exhibition & Convention Centre), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 2016 START art fair, Saatchi gallery, London, UK 2016 Art Central, Central Harbour Front, Hong Kong 2016 Art Basel Hong Kong, Convention&Exhibition Centre, Hong Kong 2015 Sluice Art Fair, The Barge House South Bank, London, UK 2015 Manchester Contemporary, Old Granada Studios, Manchester Awards 2017 Wellcome Trust Seed Award in Humanities and Social Science, PI. Niki Vermeulen 2017 EWAAC Art Award, 1st category prize, London, UK 2017 Japan Media Art Festival, jury selections 2016 RISE Award, Art Central, Hong Kong 2016 8th Art Award, Independent Contemporary Art Advisors ICAA, Munich, Germany 2016 VIA Arts Award, London, UK 2016 Nomination of Sovereign Art Prize 2015 RBS Bursary Award, Royal British Society of Sculptors, London, UK 2015 Nomination of Taishin Art Prize 2014 Creative Initiative, Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop, winner, Edinburgh, UK 2011 Open Call 2011: Surface gallery, first prize, Nottingham, UK 2011 Salon Art Prize: Matt Roberts Arts Project Space, final shortlist, London, UK Collection: Noblesse Collection, Seoul, 2016 Embassy of Brazil, London, 2016 Taipei Fine Arts Museum, 2015 Private collection in Asia, 2016 Private collection in Europe, 2016 Residencies: 2017 Gossamer Fog, London, UK 2017 Sculpture Space, Utica, NY, USA 2016 Blast Theory Residency Programme, Blast Theory, Brighton, UK 2015 Bemis Center for Contemporary Art, Omaha, NE, USA 2014 Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop, Edinburgh, UK 2014 The Florence Trust, London, UK 2013 New York Fellowshjp, apexart, New York, USA 2012 Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art, Manchester, UK Press Fallen, Katie: “Ting-Tong Chang at Art Central Hong Kong,” Ocula Insight, 03/2016 Chang, Yu-Ying&Lu, I-Shu: “2nd Art Central 2016,” ARCO Magazine, 03/2016 Ardia, Xuan Mai: “Preview: Hong Kong’s Art Central Rise sector highlights,” Art Radar Asia, 03/2016 Terris Gordon: “Art Goes Banana,” Herald Scotland, 07/2014 Interview Cho, Younyoung: “Bring Art to Life,” Noblesse Magazine, 02/2017 Mirandilla, Leanne: “Artist Ting-Tong Chang named winner of the RISE Award at Art Central,” HOME Journal, 03/2016 Zi, Chian: “Taiwanese Artist Ting Tong Chang’s Solo show in Edinburgh,” BBC China, 06/2014 Huang, Erica: “Taiwanese Graffiti Artist Bbrother Transformation,” Vice China, 12/2013 Guo, Gwen: “Beautification over vandalism?” Art Radar Asia, 05/2013 Documentary “Asia Dreamers: Art Beyond Borders” NHK World, 02/2016 Kuang, Mandrew: “Life on the Wall,” Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK), 12/2013 Review Franchi, David: “Naturalistic exhibition by Ting-Tong Chang at the Asia House, London,” London Art Review, 01/2017 Barry, Robert: “Emerging Artists And New Scenes: Exploring The Start Art Fair,” the Quietus, 09/2016 Canton, Naomi: “Taxidermy crows in Taiwanese artist’s show symbolise competitive nature of artworld,” Asia House, 09/2016 Wang, Po-Wei: “The Future and the Expanding Now,” Taiwan Digital Art and Information Center, 07/2015 West-Davies, Maeshelle: “Whence do you know the happiness of fish? ” Tin-Tong Chang at Kunstkraftwerk, Leipzig, Germany,” Art-Related, 02/2015 Kasser, Jens: “Zurückhaltender Fischzug,” Kunstszene Leipzig, 02/2015 McCalden, Julie: “Bristol Biennial: impressive, radical and artist led,” a-n news, 09/2014 Aitken, Jon: “Blind Chance (Bristol Biennial),” Rife Magazine, 09/2014 Clark, Robert & Sherwin, Skye: “Sophia Al-Maria, Lee Bul, Late Turner: this week's art shows in pictures,” the Guardians, 09/2014 Norton, Tom: “Ting-Tong, Chang-Fallacies of Compositions at Surface,” Leftlion Magazine, 07/2012 Ujma, Magdalena: “Two Festivals, a few Comments,” Live Gallery Info, 02/2012 Vickers, Jack: “Surface Gallery Open 2011,” Nottingham Visual Arts Magazine, 08/2011 Catalogue: Fish Killer, Ting-Tong Chang Studio, 2016 Taiwan Biennial exhibition catalogue: National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, 2016 Future Now Aesthetica Art Prize Anthology 2016, Aesthetica Magazine, 2016 2016 RBS Bursary Award, Royal British Society of Sculptors, London, 2016 FT2014/5, the Florence Trust, 2015 Make Sense, Taipei Fine Arts Museum, 2015 III Moscow Biennial for Young Arts: Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Moscow, 2012 Forum Biennial: Taipei Contemporary Art Center TCAC, Taipei, 2010 Taiwan Biennial exhibition catalogue: National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, 2010 Taipei Biennial exhibition catalogue: Taipei Fine Arts Museum, 2010
Work
Ting-Tong Chang was born in Taiwan and received his MFA at Goldsmiths, University of London where he currently lives and works. Chang has exhibited and received a number of awards internationally, with solo exhibitions at Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop(2013), Kunstkraftwerk Leipzig(2015), CFCCA Manchester(2015), Asia House London(2016) and Taipei Fine Arts Museum(2018). He has participated in group shows and commissioned projects at the Taipei Biennial, Saatchi Gallery, Hull UK City of Culture and Wellcome Trust. Chang’s major awards include the Edinburgh Creative Initiative Award 2013, RBS Bursary Award 2015, RISE Award 2016, VIA Arts Prize 2016 and EWAAC Award 2017. His works can be found in the Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Embassy of Brazil London, Noblesse Collection Seoul, and private collections in Europe and Asia. tingtongchang@gmail.com Education 2011 MFA in Fine Art, Goldsmiths, University of London Solo show 2018 Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taipei, Taiwan (upcoming) 2017 Yiri Gallery, Taipei, Taiwan (upcoming) 2017 Kosmos, Embassy of Brazil, London, UK 2017 Gongye Chang Could Understand Birds, Noblesse Collection, Seoul, South Korea 2016 P’eng’s Journey to the Southern Darkness: Asia House, cur. Eiko Honda, London, UK 2016 North Indies—Pilot: Christine Park Gallery, London, UK 2016 Second Life: Habitat, Hong’s Foundation, Taipei, dual solo show with Hsien Yu Cheng 2015 Clockwork Dreams, Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art (CFCCA), Manchester 2015 Whence Do You Know the Happiness of Fish? Kunst Kraft Werk, cur. Candace Goodrich, Leipzig, Germany 2014 Por Ahora: Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop, Edinburgh, UK 2014 Until Now: Matthew gallery, Edinburgh, UK 2012 Fallacies of Composition: Surface gallery, Nottingham, UK Selected Group Shows 2018 Edinburgh Science Festival, Sumerhall, Edinburgh, UK (upcoming) 2017 States Of Play, Humber Street Gallery, Humber Street Gallery@UK City of Culture, Hull, UK 2017 Currents New Media Festival, El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe, NM, USA 2017 EWAAC Art Award, La Galleria, London, UK 2016 VIA Arts Award, Embassy of Brazil, London, UK 2016 Taiwan Biennial, National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, cur. Dar-Kuen Wu, Taichung, Taiwan 2016 Elsewhere is Nowhere, National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, , cur. by Ya-Wen Fu, Taichung, Taiwan 2016 File Festival, SESI Gallery, Sao Paulo, Brazil 2016 Time and Space, Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts,Omaha, Nebraska, USA 2016 RBS Bursary Award, Royal British Society of Sculptors, London, UK 2016 Exorcism – Curating Each Other, Connecting Space, Hong Kong 2016 PlayList: VT Art Salon, Taipei, Taiwan 2015 FIX Festival, Catalyst Gallery, Belfast, UK 2015 Summer Exhibition, the Florence Trust, London, UK 2015 Make Sense, Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taipei, Taiwan 2014 Bristol Biennial, cur. Hannah Clark, Bristol, UK 2013 Birmingham European Festival: AE Harris, cur. Isla Aguilar, Birmingham, UK 2013 Art Meets Science: Art Crumbles, cur. Meg Mercx, Nijmegen, the Netherlands 2012 III Moscow Biennia for Young Artsl: Moscow Museum of Modern Art, cur. Katrin Becker, Moscow, Russia 2012 Our Demonstration: the Guardian’s Gallery in King’s Place, London, UK 2012 Malta Festival, Nowe Sytuacje, Poznan, Poland 2012 Car Art Festival, id11, Delft, the Netherlands 2011 Salon Art Prize: Matt Roberts Arts Project Space, London, UK 2011 European Performance Art Festival, Centre of Contemporary Arts, cur. Waldemar Tatarczuk, Warsaw, Poland 2011 Performance Platform, Galeria Labirynt, , cur. Waldemar Tatarczuk, Lublin, Poland 2010 Mirror, Mirror on the Wall:TAMTAM8, curated by Ming Jiun Tsai, Berlin, Germany 2010 Forum Biennial: Taipei Contemporary Art Center TCAC, cur. Manray Hsu, Taipei, Taiwan 2010 GetItLouder: Sanlitun SOHO, cur. Ou Ning, Beijing, China 2010 Taiwan Biennial: National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Taichung, Taiwan 2009 Yes Taiwan-Yong Emerging Stars, AKI Gallery, Taipei, Taiwan 2008 Taipei Biennial: Taipei Fine Arts Museum, cur. Vasif Kortun and Manray Hsu, Taipei, Taiwan 2007 A Runaway Zero-Taiwan Emerging Artists: CANS gallery, cur. Yaji Huang, Shanghai, China 2007 CO6 Taiwan Avant-Garde Documenta: National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Taichung, Taiwan Fairs 2017 Art Busan, BEXCO Hall 1, Busan, South Korea 2016 Art Expo Malaysia, MECC (Matrade Exhibition & Convention Centre), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 2016 START art fair, Saatchi gallery, London, UK 2016 Art Central, Central Harbour Front, Hong Kong 2016 Art Basel Hong Kong, Convention&Exhibition Centre, Hong Kong 2015 Sluice Art Fair, The Barge House South Bank, London, UK 2015 Manchester Contemporary, Old Granada Studios, Manchester Awards 2017 Wellcome Trust Seed Award in Humanities and Social Science, PI. Niki Vermeulen 2017 EWAAC Art Award, 1st category prize, London, UK 2017 Japan Media Art Festival, jury selections 2016 RISE Award, Art Central, Hong Kong 2016 8th Art Award, Independent Contemporary Art Advisors ICAA, Munich, Germany 2016 VIA Arts Award, London, UK 2016 Nomination of Sovereign Art Prize 2015 RBS Bursary Award, Royal British Society of Sculptors, London, UK 2015 Nomination of Taishin Art Prize 2014 Creative Initiative, Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop, winner, Edinburgh, UK 2011 Open Call 2011: Surface gallery, first prize, Nottingham, UK 2011 Salon Art Prize: Matt Roberts Arts Project Space, final shortlist, London, UK Collection: Noblesse Collection, Seoul, 2016 Embassy of Brazil, London, 2016 Taipei Fine Arts Museum, 2015 Private collection in Asia, 2016 Private collection in Europe, 2016 Residencies: 2017 Gossamer Fog, London, UK 2017 Sculpture Space, Utica, NY, USA 2016 Blast Theory Residency Programme, Blast Theory, Brighton, UK 2015 Bemis Center for Contemporary Art, Omaha, NE, USA 2014 Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop, Edinburgh, UK 2014 The Florence Trust, London, UK 2013 New York Fellowshjp, apexart, New York, USA 2012 Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art, Manchester, UK Press Fallen, Katie: “Ting-Tong Chang at Art Central Hong Kong,” Ocula Insight, 03/2016 Chang, Yu-Ying&Lu, I-Shu: “2nd Art Central 2016,” ARCO Magazine, 03/2016 Ardia, Xuan Mai: “Preview: Hong Kong’s Art Central Rise sector highlights,” Art Radar Asia, 03/2016 Terris Gordon: “Art Goes Banana,” Herald Scotland, 07/2014 Interview Cho, Younyoung: “Bring Art to Life,” Noblesse Magazine, 02/2017 Mirandilla, Leanne: “Artist Ting-Tong Chang named winner of the RISE Award at Art Central,” HOME Journal, 03/2016 Zi, Chian: “Taiwanese Artist Ting Tong Chang’s Solo show in Edinburgh,” BBC China, 06/2014 Huang, Erica: “Taiwanese Graffiti Artist Bbrother Transformation,” Vice China, 12/2013 Guo, Gwen: “Beautification over vandalism?” Art Radar Asia, 05/2013 Documentary “Asia Dreamers: Art Beyond Borders” NHK World, 02/2016 Kuang, Mandrew: “Life on the Wall,” Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK), 12/2013 Review Franchi, David: “Naturalistic exhibition by Ting-Tong Chang at the Asia House, London,” London Art Review, 01/2017 Barry, Robert: “Emerging Artists And New Scenes: Exploring The Start Art Fair,” the Quietus, 09/2016 Canton, Naomi: “Taxidermy crows in Taiwanese artist’s show symbolise competitive nature of artworld,” Asia House, 09/2016 Wang, Po-Wei: “The Future and the Expanding Now,” Taiwan Digital Art and Information Center, 07/2015 West-Davies, Maeshelle: “Whence do you know the happiness of fish? ” Tin-Tong Chang at Kunstkraftwerk, Leipzig, Germany,” Art-Related, 02/2015 Kasser, Jens: “Zurückhaltender Fischzug,” Kunstszene Leipzig, 02/2015 McCalden, Julie: “Bristol Biennial: impressive, radical and artist led,” a-n news, 09/2014 Aitken, Jon: “Blind Chance (Bristol Biennial),” Rife Magazine, 09/2014 Clark, Robert & Sherwin, Skye: “Sophia Al-Maria, Lee Bul, Late Turner: this week's art shows in pictures,” the Guardians, 09/2014 Norton, Tom: “Ting-Tong, Chang-Fallacies of Compositions at Surface,” Leftlion Magazine, 07/2012 Ujma, Magdalena: “Two Festivals, a few Comments,” Live Gallery Info, 02/2012 Vickers, Jack: “Surface Gallery Open 2011,” Nottingham Visual Arts Magazine, 08/2011 Catalogue: Fish Killer, Ting-Tong Chang Studio, 2016 Taiwan Biennial exhibition catalogue: National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, 2016 Future Now Aesthetica Art Prize Anthology 2016, Aesthetica Magazine, 2016 2016 RBS Bursary Award, Royal British Society of Sculptors, London, 2016 FT2014/5, the Florence Trust, 2015 Make Sense, Taipei Fine Arts Museum, 2015 III Moscow Biennial for Young Arts: Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Moscow, 2012 Forum Biennial: Taipei Contemporary Art Center TCAC, Taipei, 2010 Taiwan Biennial exhibition catalogue: National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, 2010 Taipei Biennial exhibition catalogue: Taipei Fine Arts Museum, 2010