b. 1988, Taipei
live and work in Paris


2022    La lune ne veut plus dormir, Salon du Salon, Marseille

2020    Lighght1, guest artists Vincent Huet and JC Ruggirello, Artist residency Huet-Repolt, Brussels, BE

2020    La vitesse vertigineuse de l’ombre, Galerie Grand Verre, Paris, FR

1 poem by Aram Saroyan


2021     Art Brussels- Exposition IRIS, curted by Laurent de Meyer , Résidence Huet-Repolt, Brussels, Belgium

2020    Exposition’’Travail travail’’ à Art-Cade, la galerie des grands bains douches de la Plaine, Marseille, France

2020     Le Rayon Vert-furtif et elliptique, Commissariat par Henri Guette, Paris, FR

2020     Jeune Création 69e, Chufferie, Fondation Fiminco, Romanville, Paris, France

2019      Wrong Biennale- Waiting the Sun, Commissariat by Yun Yue and Yves Barlette

2019      ARTAGON LIVE, Cité internationale des arts‭ - ‬Site of Montmartre - Villa Radet, Paris, France

2019      1 Hour Exhibition, Spiral, Tokyo, Japon

2019      Rayon Vert, Curated by Henri Guette and Yves Bartlette, Gallery Folle Béton, Paris

2019      Artbnb, Curated by Gabriela Emanovská, Carbone 17, Aubervillier, Paris, France

2019      Biennale de la jeune création contemporaine - 019 Mulhouse, Mulhouse, France

2018      Showroom, ART-O-RAMA, J1 (Marseille) by Stefano Collicelli Cagol

2017      ARTAGON III, Petite serre (Paris)


2020      Huet-Repolt, Feb-Mar, Bruxelles, Belgium

2019-2020      Travail-travail, residency program in companies, organise by Art-Cade-Collective, les Beaux-Arts de Marseille and Mécènes du sud, with the support of the Ministry of Culture.

Collection Publique

2019      Fond Communal d'Art Contemporain, FCAC Marseille


2017      MA Fine art (DNSEP) - passed with distinction, École Supérieur d'Art de Marseille Méditéranée

2015-2016      exchange one semester at Camberwell College of Art, London

2015      BA Fine art (DNAP)- passed with distinction, École Supérieur d'Art de Marseille Méditéranée

2010      BA Sweater Design - Departement of Textile Design. Fu-Jen University Taipei, Taiwan

‘My intention is to build up an installation as prose. A desire to communicate is hidden within it.’ Tzu-chun Ku’s words describe what is at the core of her artistic practice. Inspired by painting and its history, the installations of Tzu-chun Ku are compositions of discreet works juxtaposed next to each other, achiev-ing a relationship with the space in which they are displayed. Among the constituent parts of Tzu-chun Ku’s installations are sculptures, objets trouvés, almost imperceptible changes with-in the display, photographs and videos.

Compositional rules, colours and in particular, light conditions. According to the artist, all three are what draw her attention within the space of painting, providing her a vocabulary through which realise her installations. From this perspective, each element configuring the space with which Tzu-chun Ku interacts becomes part of her practice, subtly shifting the visitors’ attention toward otherwise overlooked details, and so revealing the conditions of display at the same time. By separating movable walls that are supposed to be connected, or taking away the countertop of a room, the artist shows how these items contribute to the construction of a space. This is combined with her interest in intervening within a three-dimensional space.

Light plays a key role in understanding Tzu-Chun’s practice. When traveling around the world, she takes picture of the lighting conditions of the museums that she visits. These shots become part of a diary, but at the same time, question the materiality of a picture and the intersection between an object, its display surround and our perception of it. Display is another key term in her subtle artistic practice. By positioning a transparent stand in front of a vase of roses and giving the work the title ‘Still Life’, Tzu-Chun taps into an art historical genre, revitalising it with a simple gesture. Despite claiming her interest in creating prose, the work is really a poetic one, generated by her sensibilities toward the space, the act of displaying and the works that come to live next to each other.

Stefano Collicelli Cago

Rose Button -Jeune Création 69ème Edition, Chaufferie, Fondation Fiminco, Romanville, France



   Selected ‘’showroom’’ by Stefano Collicelli Cagol,  Art-O-Rama,   Marseille, 2018

Group exhibition, Artagon. III, Paris 2017

  Prose, DNSEP, Esadmm, 2017