Born in 1995 in Taiwan

currently lives and works in the Netherlands.


Shiu Jui Tsz always searches for an unknown and non-existent ideal house. Taking art as the method, she searches, assembles and measures the ideal world and the imaginary field on the body experience and memory basis. During the searching process, she attempts to construct the spiritual residence in order to reach the further place. Shiu’s works are the combination of video, mixed media and spatial installation, at the same time, works are the start point and clues of the imagination, which take the embodiment and watching experience as the extension of the imagination. Shiu’s works are like a mist or mystery which radiate the obscure absurd and poetry.



2019-2021 MA, Fine Arts and Design, Frank Mohr Institute, Groningen, Netherland
2014-2018 BFA, Fine Arts, Taipei National University of the Arts, Taipei, Taiwan
Selected Group Exhibitions
2020 Wildvang, CBK, Groningen, the Netherlands
2020 Clash Lab, Clash Festival, (Online), Groningen, the Netherlands
2020 We Care A Lot, (Online), Groningen​, the Netherlands
2020 Re:Mote, Re:Search Gallery, Groningen, the Netherlands
2020 Circle Doing Word, (Online), Groningen, the Netherlands
2020 Re:present #1, Koepelzaal, Groningen, the Netherlands
2018 The Wandering Land-Shiu Jui-Tsz and Wang Yu-Ching, New Taipei City, Taiwan
2018 SH O ZÒNG JÍ SHÌ BǍO: TNUA 33rd Fine Arts Gradation Exhibition, Underground Art Museum, Taipei
2018 Pigs Don’t Fly-Outstanding Art Prize Exhibition, Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts, Taipei, Taiwan
2017 PM2.5: a joint exhibition of sculpture, A Gallery, Taipei, Taiwan
2017 31th Fine arts's joint exhibition, Underground Art Museum, Taipei, Taiwan
2016 The False Adventure-Shiu Jui-Tsz and Wang Yu-Ching, 8 1/2 Gallery, Taipei, Taiwan
2016 Dimensions: 30th Exhibition of Fine Arts Department, Underground Museum of Arts, Taipei, Taiwan
2016 From another world: a joint exhibition of sculpture, Applied Arts & Design Gallery, Nantou, Taiwan
2016 Bagels and green tea, Haohaus Gallery, Taipei, Taiwan
2020 Hendrik de Vriesstipendia (Nominated&Audience award), CBK, the Netherlands
2018 Outstanding Art Prize, Taipei National University of the Arts, Taipei, Taiwan
2017 31th Fine arts's joint exhibition, First prize, Taipei National University of the Arts, Taipei, Taiwan
Digital Publication & Interview 
2020 Hendrik de Vriesstipendium