Su Yu-Hsin & Angela Goh
Su Yu-Hsin (b.1989) is a Taiwanese artist and filmmaker currently based in Berlin. She approaches ecology from the point of view of its close relationship with technology. In her film and video installations, her artistic research reflects on technology, ecology, and the critical infrastructure in which the human and non-human converge. Her analytical and poetic storytelling focuses on map-making, operational photography, and the technical production of geographical knowledge. Su has participated in group exhibitions at the Centre Pompidou-Metz (2021), Museum of Contemporary Art Busan (2021), Taipei Biennial (2020), ZKM Karlsruhe (2020), Kyoto Art Center (2020), UCCA Center for Contemporary Art (2020), Haus der Kulturen der Welt (2019), and Junín Contemporary Art Museum (2018). She was a finalist in the 8th Huayu Youth Award (2020) and LOOP Barcelona Discover (2018).
Angela Goh is a dancer and choreographer whose work takes shape across a variety of formats and expressions. Her work has been commissioned by the Sydney Opera House (AU), Auto Italia (UK), Taipei Performing Arts Center (TW), and Next Wave (AU), as well as being presented widely across Australia, Europe, the UK, USA, and Asia including at Performance Space New York aka PS122 (US), Arnolfini (UK), SPRING Festival (NL), Baltic Circle (FI), Artspace Sydney (AU), Fusebox Festival (US), Liveworks Festival (AU), My Wild Flag (SE), the Art Gallery of NSW (AU), Shedhalle (CH), and AsiaTOPA (AU), among others. She was awarded the Keir Choreographic Award in 2020, the Create NSW Performing Arts Fellowship in 2019-20, and the inaugural Sydney dance Company Fellowship in 2020-21. She has undertaken artist residencies across Australia, Europe, the UK, and Asia, including at Rimbun Dahan (MY), Tanzhaus Zurich (CH), Dance4 (UK), and the Cité Internationale des Arts (FR), among others