BiographyChang Ting-Tong is a Taiwanese artist who was born in 1982 and currently based in London. He received his MFA at Goldsmiths, University of London in 2011. He produces large-scale installation which reflect his time growing up in China. He used word of ‘industrial’ and ‘manufacture’ to describe China, and he has recognised there is a difference between China and the UK in terms of lifestyle and the environment. He uses materials that can be easily found in daily basis to create machine in an obscured manner to provoke a renewed view of contemporary consumerism.
His works has been exhibited internationally with solo exhibition at Kunsrkraftwork Leipzig, House London and Taipei Fine Arts Museum. He has also participated in Guangzhou Biennial, Taipei Biennial, Saatchi Gallery, Cotton Verney Art Gallery and Wellcome Trust.
He has also received several awards including the RBS Bursary Award (2015), RISE Award (2016) and VIA Arts Prize (2016). His work can be found in collection of the Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Embassy of Brazil London, Noblesse Collection, JM SR Collection and private collections in Europe and Asia.
(had birth place)Taiwan, Republic of China
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Exhibition: 'Clockwork Dreams', Ting-Tong Chang, 17 July - 2 August 2015
(Held)Whisper Residency: 'Moss Machine', Ting-Tong Chang, 4 April - 17 April 2012