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Che Yeh was born in Taiwan, raised between Taiwan and Mainland China. Using time-based and sculptural mediums, he examines the moments when geographically and historically distant bodies came into contact with each other and are collectively marked by concurrent societal conditions.

His research-led process usually takes the form of multimedia installations involving differently scaled moving images and constellations of transitive processes and temporal materials such as food fermentation, distillation, living plants, moldy printed matters, polaroid photographs, and so on. Together, they form systems of relations that emerge from the entanglement between subjects such as migration, the history of racialization, homosociality, and ecology.

Yeh received his MFA at Tufts University in 2022 and his BA at Communication University of China in 2019.

Yeh also does graphic designs for fun.

Where is Yeh currently at?

He is living with Yingheng and their cat roommate Kewpie temporarily in Philadelphia where they are collectively doing a residency at iLAB at University of the Arts.

He just finished installing an exhibition Supporting Components with Yingheng at University of the Arts.

He is conducting research for a public art project Interstitial Lives, which will be implemented in Boston Chinatown in the fall of 2023.

He is designing a book for Zeyuan.

He is mentally preparing for his four-month mandatory military service in Taiwan.

updated on 4/29/2023