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Chen Nien Ting

Nien-Ting Chen (b. 1990) is an independent curator and visual artist.She holds a Master of Fine Art from the Glasgow School of Art, United Kingdom and is currently pursuing her PhD in Art at the Liverpool School of Art and Design (LSA, LJMU). She works across cities in both Asia and the United Kingdom, with her research, practice and projects focusing on developing strategies to bring young artists onto the world stage through the exchange, sharing and combination of resources. At the same time, she continues to actualise various interconnected art projects and curatorial works in places such as United Kingdom, South Korea, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, etc., where she hopes to promote and enhance the exposure of 

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Taiwanese arts and cultural scene within the global landscape of contemporary art. Her PhD research delves into the objective analysis and evaluation of how the Chinese has impacted the advancement of Asian contemporary art, particularly in the broad Eastern Asia since the 1990s. By reviewing the retrospective frameworks of Asian contemporary art’s development, she aims to outline the evolution of the contemporary art movement in the last three decades, while drawing links between the cultural, historical, political and geographical development of various regions in Asia.