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Chang Hwei-Lan used to be the assistant professor of Department of Architecture of Kao Yuan University and head of Art Center of Kao Yuan University. She graduated from Université de Toulouse-Le Mirail (France) where she majored in plastic arts, and also obtained her MFA in plastic arts there. Then, she had further education in Option Art at École supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Toulouse where she was awarded Diplôme National Supérieur Expression Plastique by Ministry of Culture in France. She also had DESS d’Arts Appliques—La couleur dans les projets d’environnement (troisième sicle) in Université de Toulouse Le-Mirail.

In her work, Chang often uses different properties of space as the media in her work and applies various materials and skills. She has launched over ten solo exhibitions and over forty significant group exhibitions in museums, an art center in a university, art galleries, alternative exhibition spaces, and outdoor spaces in Taiwan and overseas. She has also been funded several times by the National Culture and Arts Foundation. For her curatorial work, she is committed to certain topics such as: art in everyday spaces, art in community spaces, the repurposing of unused space, the culture survey of military dependents’ villages, and interdisciplinary art. In addition, since 1999, she has focused on the unique spiritual, social, and environmental features of different locations as a way to create themes for creation and curation; she has does so in spaces such as the Kio-A-Thau Sugar Refinery and art centers of universities.

So far, she has been the curator for more than forty exhibitions and performances. In recent years, after a residency at the Taipei Artist Village Treasure Hill, she has dedicated herself to the community redevelopment project of National Museum of Marine Science and Technology in Keelung, and published The Fluid Colour of Badouzi Island. In 2013, she returned to her hometown, Taoyuan, and from 2012 to 2016, she devoted herself to the establishment of Art Matsu Village in Chungli, artist residency programs, and the activation and operation of the Taoyuan military dependents’ village.

education
1998
DESS, Graduate School of Applied Arts—Color in the projects of environment (the third phase), DESS
Université de Toulouse-Le Mirail, France
1998
DNSEP Department of Option Art
École supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Toulouse, France
1995
MFA Department of Plastic Arts
Université de Toulouse-Le Mirail, France
1994
BFA Department of Plastic Arts
Université de Toulouse-Le Mirail, France
1988
BFA Department of Fine Arts
Tunghai University
career
2015
Resigned
Taoyuan Military Dependents’ Village Cultural and Creative Project Principal Investigator
2014
Resigned
Taoyuan Cultivation Project of Cultural and Creative Industry “Art Matsu Village in Chungli” Principal Investigator
2014
Resigned
Review Member of Taichung City Design Committee
2013
Resigned
Taichung City Government Member of Cultural and Creative Industry Promotion Committee
2013
Resigned
Taoyuan Cultivation Project of Cultural and Creative Industry “Revival of Art Matsu Village” Principal Investigator
2013
Resigned
Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts Jury of Kaohsiung Awards of Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts Member of Procuration and Preservation Committee
2013
Resigned
Kaohsiung Awards of Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts Jury
2010
Resigned
Comprehensive Community Development of New Hometown in Taoyuan County, Luzhu Town—“Art Makes a Town”: ‘Nankan Art Interchange’ Principal Investigator
2010
Resigned
Granted ACC (Asian Cultural Council) awards fellowship
2010
Resigned
Kio-A-Thau Sugar Refinery Artist Village Art Director
2010
Resigned
Taiwan Women’s Art Association Board Director
2009
Present Position
Tunghai University Assistance Professor at Department of Fine Arts
2008
Resigned
Member of Visual Arts of Taishin Arts Award Second Review Committee
2008
Resigned
Kaohsiung City Culture Foundation Director
2008
Resigned
Kaohsiung County Culture Foundation Director
2007-2008
Resigned
Kao Yuan University Assistant Professor
1999-2008
Resigned
Kao Yuan University Head of Art Center
1999-2007
Resigned
Kao Yuan University Lecturer
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CURRICULUM VITAE
2014
Short Stay
Tunghai Univeristy Art Gallery , Taichung , Taiwan
2012
Witch’s Island
107 Gallery , Taichung , Taiwan
2010
Joyful Album
Our Island , Taichung , Taiwan
2009
Undefended
Chen Ting-Shih Art Space , Taichung , Taiwan
2008
Room of Love
Black Blank , Taichung , Taiwan
2008
Shojo Manga Finale
Taiwan New Arts Union , Tainan , Taiwan
2007
Intimate Distance
107 Gallery , Taichung , Taiwan
2005
Ventriloquism II - About Living Theatre of Kitchen
Nanhai Gallery of National Taipei Teachers University , Taipei , Taiwan
2005
Ventriloquism I
Sin Pink Pier Art Space , Kaohsiung , Taiwan
2004
Between History and Phantom
Art Center of Kao Yuan University , Kaohsiung , Taiwan
2003
Unlimited Wants
Urban Spotlight Outdoor Art Center , Kaohsiung , Taiwan
2000
Transition
Taipei Fine Arts Museum , Taipei , Taiwan
1999
Nest.Memory
Sin Pin Pier Art Space , Kaohsiung , Taiwan
1997
Osmose- Songe de femme, songe de fruit
Espace Bonnefoy , Toulouse , France
2016
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Art Logistics
Taichung , Taiwan
2014
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"Trans-Presence” Daniel Lee at Tunghai Campus
Taichung , Taiwan
2013
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Art Power House Public Art Project
Keelung , Taiwan
2012
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Sprout Young
Kaohsiung , Taiwan
2011
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Kaohsiung International Container Arts Festival: New Style of Happiness: Artbitat
Kaohsiung , Taiwan
2011
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A Magical Journey from Seeds to Table
Tainan , Taiwan
2010
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Joyful Reunion—2010 International Art Biennial: Blessing, Fortune & Longevity
Changhua , Taiwan
2007
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This Very Moment
Kaohsiung , Taiwan
2006
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Spatial Ripples and Chord—Translocation Recombination Connection
Kaohsiung , Taiwan
2006
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Xeno World
Taipei , Taiwan
2006
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New-Sweet Century
Kaohsiung , Taiwan
2006
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Art Taipei 2006 ‘Asian Youth Arts—Transformation and Different Appearance’ Kaohsiung’s Plan for Taiwan Local Art Exhibition—Energy in the south is endless
Taipei , Taiwan
2006
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Consolidation and Reorganization—2006 Kio-A-Thau Sugar Refinery Art Village Bomb Shelter Installation Art Exhibition
Kaohsiung , Taiwan
2004
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CO4 Taiwan Avant-garde Documenta
Taiwan
2004
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Heterosis
Kaohsiung , Taiwan
2003
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“The 2nd Bomb Shelter Art Festival” of Kaohsiung International Arts Festival
Kaohsiung , Taiwan
2003
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Passion of Fruits and Trees: Pineapple and Lichee—Cultural Festival
Kaohsiung , Taiwan
2003
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Between the sky and the earth: Chern Shenson
Kaohsiung , Taiwan
2002
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Impression of Da-Shu
Kaohsiung , Taiwan
2002
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Au Nome de Lui
Taichung & Kaohsiung , Taiwan
2002
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Sweet Yen Cheng Pu
Kaohsiung , Taiwan
2001
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Yeast Fungus for Life-Women’s Art Association Group Show
Taipei & Kaohsiung , Taiwan
2001
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Flow
Magong , Taiwan
2001
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I Am The Bride
Kaohsiung , Taiwan
2001
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Cingjing Summer
Nantou , Taiwan
2000
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The Era of Sweetness
Kaohsiung , Taiwan
1999
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The Era of Sweetness
Kaohsiung , Taiwan
2015
Book
Taoyuan Military Dependents’ Village—In the Middle of Cultural and Creative Industry: Prologue
Department of Cultural Affairs, Taoyuan
2014
Book
Art Matsu Village—In the Middle of Cultural and Creative Industry
Department of Cultural Affairs, Taoyuan
2014
Book
From Memory of Home to Cultural and Creative Country
Department of Cultural Affairs, Taoyuan
2013
Book
Witch’s Island—Chang, Hwei-Lan Selection
Huantsai Life, Taichung
2013
Book
The Fluid Colour of Badouzi Island
National Museum of Marine Science and Technology, Keelung
2012
Book
The Fluid Colour of Treasure Hill
Taipei Culture and Art Foundation
2010
 
ACC (Asian Cultural Council) awards fellowship
Asian Cultural Council (ACC)
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