Chang Li-Ren (b. 1983) currently lives and works in Tainan, Taiwan.
Chang’s body of work mainly consists of video installations, conceptual art and animations created from his story-telling techniques, featuring a virtual world that exists somewhere between imagination and reality.
Chang has participated in many important exhibitions, festivals and biennials, including: “Future Media Arts Festival”, Taiwan Contemporary Culture Lab, Taipei (TW, 2021); “Double Echoing”, 13th Gwangju Biennale Taiwan C-Lab Pavilion, Asia Culture Center, Gwangju (KR, 2021); “City Flip-Flop”, Taiwan Contemporary Culture Lab, Taipei (TW, 2019); “Once Upon A Time－Unfinished Progressive Past”, Museum of Contemporary Art, Taipei (TW, 2019); “Wild Rhizome: 2018 Taiwan Biennial”, National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Taichung (TW, 2018); “Asia Anarchy Alliance”, Tokyo Wonder Site (JP, 2014); “Remaster vs Appropriating the Classics”, am Space, Hong Kong (CN, 2014); “Schizophrenia Taiwan 2.0”, Transmediale, Berlin (DE, 2013) / Cyberfest, St. Peterburg (RU, 2013) / Arts Electronica, Linz (AT, 2013).
Chang was shortlisted for the Taishin Arts Award (TW, 2010); awarded First Place of Kaohsiung Awards (TW, 2009); awarded First Place of Taipei Art Awards (TW, 2009).
October 24 – November 28, 2020
Taiwan Contemporary Culture Lab
Octobre 9 – November 23, 2021
13th Gwangju Biennale Taiwan C-Lab Pavilion
February 26 – May 9, 2021