HSU Fong-Ray’s artistic approach as a curator challenges the take-for-granted notion of any institutional operations and he is capable of identifying and deconstructing the absurdity of such structures. His works focus on examining cultural production relations and extending it into the compassionate caring and understanding of contemporary human conditions and the world. He was the board member of the Taipei Contemporary Art Centre, curator of TKG+, manager of Tina Keng Gallery and is currently the director of the art group Guerrilla Station; the director of TKG+ Projects; independent curator . His articles and critiques has been published in magazines including Artco, Artist-Magazine, and Artouch. He has curated various exhibitions, including DisOrder/ Exhibition/ in Order (Taipei, 2013), Returning Sight – The Fissures of Moving Image (Taipei,2015), Everyday Hypothesis (Taipei,2016), What am I? If I can’t be yours (Taipei,2016), For A Better Tomorrow (New York,2016), Times of Unauthorized Occupancy: A Restated History of Treasure Hill (Taipei,2017), Sanyu's Hidden Blossoms--Through the Eyes of a Dandy(Taipei,2018), Taiwan International Video Art Exhibition 2018-Offline Browser(Taipei,2018), and Beneath a descending moon, breathing: The Paintings of Su Xiaobai(Taipei,2019).