Tzu Tung Lee
Tzu-Tung Lee is a Taiwanese conceptual artist and curator whose work combines anthropological field research, political concern, and economic activism. They asked the roader question of “how marginalized communities queer up the current ownership and sovereignty regime?” and deploy open-source spirit, decentralized tools, and participatory methods in practice. Tzu-Tung has an MS from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and an MFA from the School of Art Institute of Chicago, and their artworks have been exhibited globally, including National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, MOCA Taipei, C-Lab (TW), MIT Museum, Cuchifritos Gallery, Tom Robbinson Gallery (US), Lisbon University (PT), ArtScape(CA), Transemediale(DE), ADL(KR), Hyundai Studio(CN), etc. They also organized political conferences, and rallies since 2016. They are currently the curator of the art and anthropology biennale, Sensefield, and the founder of the art-technology collaborative NPO, Tinyverse.
- activist, curator, filmmaker, politician, theorist