CHEN Wei-ching, Joanne is an independent curator, art consultant, widely published critic and she was the Director of Taiwan Art Gallery Association and Art Taipei art fair from 2007 to 2010. Currently, she is the founder of inCube Arts, a non-profit art organization in New York City with a focus on art from Asia, South Asia and a commitment to exhibition-led enquiry. She is the organizer of “inToAsia: Time-based Art Festival”, the first and most important art festival that dedicate to Asian time-based art in North America. Chen has also curated international exhibitions such as “inToAsia: Time-based Art Festival 2013 – MicroCities” at The Queens Museum, Stephan Stoyanov Gallery, the NARS Foundation and Residency Unlimited in New York, “Jenny Chen: Without End” at ISE Cultural Foundation, New York, “London Calling” a touring exhibition (China/Taiwan)...etc. She has written and published her articles in ARTCO, Art Investment, Art Collection+Design, ARTITUDE Magazine and Art Taipei Forum Media, the National Culture and Arts Foundation online Media. She also was a contributing writer for “Global Art Fair Guide” in 2013, covering the North and South American art market.
After working three and half years as an IC system designer, Shih-yu was seduced by the attractions of the art world and switched to the National Palace Museum as an assistant, managing touring exhibitions of interactive media. Graduated from Visual Art Administration in New York University in 2015, Shih-yu currenly assists administration of inCube arts and writes for Art Investment magazine.
Graduated from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2015, Yinzi is now living and working in New York as a gallery assistant, writer and independent curator. She contributed articles to The Art Newspaper China as well as other online media, and curated exhibitions in New York and Beijing. She currently assists the general operation of inCube arts.
Holds a MA in Arts Administration at Indiana University. Stacie is a New York-based independent curator, freelance writer and graphic designer. Her curatorial practice starts from Bloomington, and drift through Chicago before moving to New York. Stacie frequently uses archives and collections as a starting point to draw connections between a variety of histories and the work of contemporary artists. She is a Curatorial fellow in Asia Contemporary Art Week and currently serves as a curatorial assistant of inCube arts.
inToAsia: TBA Festival 2013, Sound Performance at Residency Unlimited