Ph. D in Plastic Art and Science of Art, Université de Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne and master in Plastic Expression, École Régionale des Beaux-Arts de Rouen. Awarded scholarships from Gerda Henkel Stiftung (Germany) and la Fondation Prospective et Innovation (France), CHANG conducted a postdoctoral research at the School of World Studies (FMSH) under the tutelage of the French thinker François Jullien. During the stay in France, her creation focuses on how to represent between “game/event” the forever lost objects and on how to foreground the persistent eternity of infinite ephemerality. After returning to Taiwan, Chang works as both curator and artist, adopting a dual perspective to reflect upon the possibilities of a mutual symbiosis between creative conception and curatorial practice while exploring ways to prompt creative thought in common and potential, multi-directional connections in various disciplines. The artist’s works have been exhibited in France, New York and Taiwan, and the recent curatorial works include the large-scale exhibitions Daily+—The Second Greater Taipei Biennial of Contemporary Art and Air Plant : Performance Ability within Contemporary Arts.