Wang Jun-Jieh

Wang Jun-Jieh

Love, Die, Daredevil, Odyssee IV
Killer Girl, Odyssee III
The Depth of the Epidermis
How History Was Wounded

Wang Jun-Jieh (b.1963) currently lives and works in Taipei, Taiwan.

Wang is associate professor at the Department of New Media Art at Taipei National University of the Arts, and Director of the Center for Art and Technology. He holds a master’s degree from HdK Art Academy, Berlin and has been honored with prestigious awards including the Taishin Arts Award (2009), the Berlin Television Tower Award (1996) and Hsiung- Shih New Artists Award (1984).

Wang has participated in many important exhibitions and biennials, including: “Awakenings: Art in Society in Asia 1960s-1990s”, National Gallery Singapore (SG, 2019), National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Gwacheon (KR, 2019) and The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo (JP, 2018); “(Not) Just a history Document: Hong Kong – Taiwan Video Art 1980-90s”, Museum of Contemporary Art, Taipei (TW, 2018); “Project Rrose : Indifferent Sélavy-A Solo Exhibition by Jun-Jieh Wang”, Museum of Contemporary Art, Taipei (TW, 2015); “Transmediale: Schizophrenia Taiwan 2.0”, Transmediale, Berlin (DE, 2014); “Monadism”, Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris (FR, 2011); “Contemporary Taiwanese Art in the Era of Contention”, Johnson Museum of Art, Ithaca (US, 2004); “Promenade in Asian: Cute”, Contemporary Art Gallery, Art Tower Mito (JP, 2001); Taipei Biennial, Taipei Fine Arts Museum (TW, 2000/1998); The 3rd Asia-Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art, Queensland Art Gallery (AU, 1999); “Inside Out: New Chinese Arts”, P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, New York and San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (US, 1998); “Cities on the Move”, Secession, Vienna (AT, 1997), CAPC Musée, Bordeaux (FR, 1998), P.S.1 Art Center, New York (US, 1997), Louisiana (DN, 1997) and Hayward Gallery, London (UK, 1997); The 47th Venice Biennale (IT, 1997); Johannesburg Biennale (ZA, 1997).



October 20 – November 30, 2017


The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo

October 10 – December 24, 2018

Museum of Contemporary Art, Taipei

April 7 – June 3, 2018

Museum of Contemporary Art, Taipei

July 4 – August 16, 2015

Taipei Fine Art Museum

February 7 – May 3, 2015