A Lecture Performance by Jun Yang: Becoming European or How I grew up with Wiener Schnitzel

Asia Art Archive in America
04 Oct 2013
Transcribed and edited by Daisley Kramer

Jun Yang is an artist based in Vienna (Austria), Yokohama (Japan) and Taipei (Taiwan).

He has participated in various biennales including the Gwangju Biennale (2012), Taipei Biennale (2008), the Lofoten International Art Festival (Norway, 2008), Liverpool Biennial (2006), 51st Venice Biennial (2005), and Manifest 4 (Frankfurt, 2002).

He has shown recently at Parsons The New School (New York, 2013), Sharjah Art Foundation (2012), Hiroshima City Museum of Art (2012), Artsonje Center (Seoul, 2012), Taipei Contemporary Art Center (2010), and the Hayward-Gallery (London, 2008).

He is also one of the founders of Taipei Contemporary Art Center which evolved following a project he initiated at the Taipei Biennial 2008.

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