Chi Po-Hao (1989-) is a musician and sound artist from Taipei, Taiwan. He had worked in the mainstream label for several years as songwriter and producer. In 2015, he finished his master degree at Goldsmiths College, the University of London in Studio Composition. His primary medium is sound, principally involving but not limited to live electronic, electroacoustic composition and installation. In live performances, he usually applied self-made tools, m4l devices, and found objects that based on electronics, recycled items, and junk. He has been granted residencies at V2_Institute of Unstable Media, Rotterdam and Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris, and has toured around Taipei, London, Bangor, Manchester, Rotterdam, Paris, Beijing, Yinchuan, Lanzhou, Shenzhen, Hong Kong and Gijon.
Recently he is interest in the topics of algorithm composing, generative music and sonification. His undergoing works are mainly concerned about the sensing of rhythm and the interactions among perception, individual and environment, try to investigate how people hear, interpret and represent the sound surrounded us as well as how the sound intervene the space. He is now cooperating with NTU Art Center for "Open Windows Open Arts" with volunteer students to develop site-specific works in Social Science Building designed by Toyo Ito. The result will present in April 2017.