Faculty

Full-Time Faculty

LU Pei-Yi 呂佩怡
PhD. Humanities and Cultural Studies (London Consortium), Birkbeck, University of London, UK 
Assistant Professor, Critical and Curatorial Studies of Contemporary Art (CCSCA)
Research Area: Exhibition Histories, Curatorial Practice, Off-Site Art, Museum Studies.

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Francis Maravillas
PhD. University of Technology Sydney, Australia
Assistant Professor, Critical and Curatorial Studies of Contemporary Art (CCSCA)
Research Area: Contemporary Art and Visual Culture in Asia and Australia, Curatorial and Exhibition Histories, Socially Engaged and Performative Practices in Art.

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LIN Chi-Ming 林志明
PhD. Ecole Des Hautes Etudes En Sciences Sociales, Paris.
Professor, Art and Design Department.
Research Area: Art Theory, Aesthetics, French Contemporary Thoughts, Theory of Image

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Patricia HUANG 黃心蓉
PhD. Cultural Heritage And Museum Management, University Of Cambridge, UK
Associate Professor, Art and Design Department
Research Area: Museum Studies, Cultural Policy, Art Marketing, Material Culture

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NI Ming-Tsuey 倪明萃
PhD. Art History, University Of Louisville, USA
Assistant Professor, Art and Design Department
Research Area: 19th and 20th European Art History, History of architecture, Art Theory and Criticism, Feminist Art History

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CHU Yin-Hua 朱盈樺
Ph.D. Centre For Research And Education In Arts And Media, School Of Media, Arts And Design, University Of Westminster, UK
Assistant Processor, Creative Industry Department
Research Area: Image Practice, Urban Culture, History Of Photography.

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LIN Yung-Neng 林詠能
PhD. Museum Studies, University of Leicester, UK
Professor, Creative Industry Department

Research Area: Museum Management, Audience Development, Festival Planning.

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James Ming–Hsueh LEE 李明學
PhD. Art, Loughborough University, UK
Assistant Professor, Art And Design Department
Research Area: Installation Practice, Sculpture, Practice-led research methodology

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Part-Time Faculty

HSU Manray 徐文瑞
Independent Curator

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Nobuo Takamori 高森信男/林信男
PhD. Institute of Applied Arts, National Chiao Tung University
Researcher, ARTWAVE Taiwan International Arts Network, National Culture & Arts Foundation
Research Area: Cross-Cultural Studies, Asian Modern & Contemporary Art, Curatorial Studies

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Visiting Faculty

Kit Hammonds
Kit Hammonds works in contemporary art practice. His work is primarily involved in curating and frequently incorporates publishing, events, play and participation, education, research, artistic practice and performance strategies. Among his institutional roles he was a Senior Tutor in Curating Contemporary Art at the Royal College of Art (2007-2015), and a Curator at the South London Gallery (2003-2007). He is the founder of The Vernacular Institute(2004- ). Now, he is curator at the jumex museum, Mexico City.

Anthony Gardner
Anthony Gardner is Head of the Ruskin School of Art at the University of Oxford, England, where he is an Associate Professor of Contemporary Art History and Theory and a Fellow of The Queen’s College. He has published widely on subjects including postcolonialism, postsocialism and curatorial histories, and is an editor of the MIT Press journal ARTMargins. Among his books are Mapping South: Journeys in South-South Cultural Relations (Melbourne, 2013), Politically Unbecoming: Postsocialist Art against Democracy (MIT Press, 2015) and, also through MIT Press in 2015, the anthology Neue Slowenische Kunst: From Kapital to Capital (with Zdenka Badovinac and Eda Čufer), which was a finalist for the 2017 Alfred H Barr Award for best exhibition catalogue worldwide. His latest book, co-authored with Charles Green (University of Melbourne), is Biennials, Triennials and documenta: The exhibitions that created contemporary art, published by Wiley-Blackwell in summer 2016.

Sophie McIntyre
Sophie McIntyre is a curator, lecturer, and art writer based in Australia. Her research explores the relationship be­tween politics, identity, and artistic agency in the production, selection, display, and reception of art, particularly in Taiwan and China. She is currently completing her forthcoming book entitled Imagining Taiwan: the role of art in Taiwan’s quest for identity (1987–2010) (Brill, 2018). Her texts have been published in art journals, periodicals and art catalogues in Australia and overseas, including Journal of Curatorial Studies; Art AsiaPacific; Yishu: Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art; and Art Monthly Australia. She has curated over 30 exhibi­tions, many of which have focused on contemporary art from the Asia-Pacific region, and some of these have featured art from Taiwan and China. These exhibitions include Ink Remix: Contemporary Art from Mainland China, Taiwan and Hong Kong (2014-17 – touring); Penumbra: Contemporary Art from Taiwan (2007); Concrete Horizons: Contemporary Art from China (2005); and Face to Face: Contemporary Art from Taiwan (1999–2000).