Chu Chun-Teng

b.1982, Taipei, Taiwan

Chu Chun-Teng uses film and installation to examine the dilemma of the individual in modern society, in particular within the contexts of individual existence, social hierarchy, and political conflicts. From 2017, Chu centered his practice on constructing narratives through video installations and created films based on his observation in Taipei, Tengchong, and Chongqing.

Chu held solo exhibitions at Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts (Taipei, 2020) and Museum of Contemporary Art (Taipei, 2019). He took part in group exhibitions at CHAT (Hong Kong, 2022), Taipei Fine Arts Museum (Taipei, 2020, 2014, 2012, 2011), Museum of Contemporary Art (Taipei, 2020, 2009), National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts (Taichung, 2020, 2015, 2013), Hong-gah Museum (Taipei, 2019), CAFAM (Beijing, 2012), Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art (Herzliya, 2012), Kunsthaus Essen (Essen, 2012), Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts (Kaohsiung, 2011), HARA Museum of Contemporary Art (Tokyo, 2010), Glasgow Center for Contemporary Arts (Glasgow, 2010) and Shanghai Contemporary Art Museum (Shanghai, 2007), among others. He has also participated in the Taiwan Art Biennial (Taichung, 2020), Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism/Architecture (Shenzhen, 2019), Taipei Biennial (Taipei, 2014), and CAFAM Future Biennale (Beijing, 2012). Chu was awarded honorable mention for the Taipei Art Award in 2011, 2012, and 2020.

In 2013, Chu Chun-Teng founded a co-working art studio Polymer in Taipei and was the first Executive Director until 2016.

Chu currently lives and works in Taipei.