I-Chih Lee graduated from the Graduate Institute of Transdisciplinary Art, National Kaohsiung Normal University and is currently the research assistant and adjunct lecturer of the Department of Sociology, National Sun Yat-sen University. His artwork and research interest mainly focuses on city development, public engagement, and social practices, including local humanities, traditional skills, and commoners’ aesthetics and wisdom. He has worked as a curator for Kaohsiung local cultures and curated exhibitions and events including “Alley Encounters – Ci Jin Local Aesthetic Festival,” “Museum of Expert-Da Gou Ding,” “Yan Cheng Signs: Community Store Signage Project,” and “Exchanging Views: The Neostalgic Era;” the latter is co-curated with Crane Gallery, and has been nominated for the Taishin Arts Award. I-Chih has edited numerous community publications, and authored books including Life in a Harbor City: Yen Cheng Alleys, and Life in a Harbor City: Ci Jin Islanders (co-authored with Lin Pei-Ying). I-Chih now works with the “Participatory University-Museum Partnership” project team for the traditional skill preservation and application of the big catch flag in the startup brand Shan Jin Wu.