based in london, liang-jung chen is an artist and researcher working across drawing, object, installation and performance. her practice is informed by material culture in anthropological study which leads her to investigate the usage, consumption, creation, and trade of artefacts as well as the behaviours, norms, and rituals that the artefacts take part in.
intrigued by tensions embedded in everyday scenarios, each series of her work scrutinises a specific interaction between a daily object and its user.
2023 cuarenta y cuatro centímetros at nave seis, barcelona
2023 aesthetica art prize show at york art gallery, york
2022 the spout and its churn rate at tangent projects, barcelona 2021 local ware: cooking edition, oros, marseille
2021 the egg rack made a disclaimer 2.0 at now space, taipei 2020 the egg rack made a disclaimer 1.0 at error22, tainan 2020 1 two 1 two at national gallery of victoria, melbourne 2020 the misused 3.0 at coal drops yard, london 2020 the misused 2.0 at taiwan design research institute, taipei
2019 the misused 2.0 at piet hein eek, eindhoven 2018 the misused 1.0 at caoji gallery, tainan
2023 open circuit and close circuit test, new york
2023 ebb is to flow as wax is to wane at xenia, hampshire