Ban-Yuan Chang is a Taiwanese contemporary artist, born in 1991, currently based and lives in Taipei Taiwan, and also is a PhD candidate of Arts and Humanities Research at Royal College of Art, graduated from Chelsea College of Arts in MA Fine Art in 2016, got his BA Fine Art in the department of Fine Art and Cultural creativity at Huafan University in 2014. He is interested in how the body is posited in posthuman subject. The body in this context is not only based on the physical or anatomical dimension. It rather applied the complexity of the idea of the body to embody in cultural, technological, identical and cybernetic category. His practices are derived from his Taiwanese background and his paramedic experience during his military service. There is a systematic trajectory can be traced from his series of practice, which include the discussions on the allocation of cultural knowledge, the formulation of identity, the interdependence/symbiosis with technological others, the power of interpretation on human body and the affirmation of becoming fragility from the post-colonial condition in Taiwan to the broken but openness subjectivity of the national body in the age of information. His series of practice are neither an imagination from the sphere of historian or the projection of transitional justice or the conceptual illustration from the technological humanities, nor the simulation of the physician's view on human body. The practices rather explore the politically/capitally/ individually disciplinary power of body in cultural (semiotic) differences and perceptions among governmentally mechanic agents and citizens, and discuss the fragility of the 'bodies' under the perspective of questioning the accessibility of liberty, choices and sharing to provide an affirmative with critical view on the rights of becoming something in today's nomadic human condition.