London | Beijing

Musquiqui Chihying

lives and works in Taipei and Berlin

Musquiqui Chihying (b.1985) is a filmmaker and visual artist based in Taipei and Berlin. He explores the cultural and social identities constructed through the flow and circulation of audiovisual elements in physical and virtual spacetime. Specialising in the use of multimedia such as film and sound, he investigates the human condition and environmental system in the age of global capitalisation and engages in the inquiry of and research on issues of subjectivity in contemporary social culture in the Global South.

Selected solo exhibitions include: LISTE Art Fair Basel, Tabula Rasa Gallery (Basel, 2024); Ghost in the City, Hong Foundation 7th Tung Chung Prize, Taiwan Contemporary Culture Lab (Taipei, 2024); Too Loud a Dust, Tabula Rasa Gallery (London, 2023); There are Lights that Never Go Out, Museum of Contemporary Art (Taipei, 2021);  The Power of My Smile, Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts (Taipei, 2019); I’ll be Back, UCCA Center for Contemporary Art (Beijing, 2018). His works have been shown in several international institutions and film festivals, such as 72nd Berlinale (2022), Art Sonje Center in Seoul (2021), Centre Pompidou in Paris (2020), International Film Festival Rotterdam (2020), 68th Berlinale (2018), 2016 Taipei Biennial, 10th Shanghai Biennale (2014) etc. He is the artist-in-residence at the Delfina Foundation (London, 2021), the finalist of the 2019 Berlin Art Prize and the winner of the Loop Barcelona Video Art Production Award 2019 from Han Nefkens Foundation in collaboration with the Fundació Joan Miró. He is a member of the Taiwanese art group Fuxinghen Studio, and the founder of the Research Lab of Image and Sound.

LISTE Art Fair Basel, 2024, Upcoming
Too Loud a Dust, Tabula Rasa London, May 2023

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