2023 is the first of a three-year residency exchange program between PICA and residency partners Taipei Artist Village (Taiwan) and Grey Projects (Singapore). In this program, two Western Australian artists are selected for an eight-week residency hosted by our residency partners; in exchange, PICA welcomes an artist from Taiwan and Singapore.
Yen Tzu Chang is a new media and sound artist based in Taiwan. She combines art, programming, and technical media into her artworks, including interdisciplinary art and experimental performances based on sound installations.
As part of her eight-week residency at PICA, Chang has spent time observing and connecting with Northbridge and the surrounding suburbs, including the local Chinese, Taiwanese and Hong Kong communities. Chang presents The Anomaly, a projection and sound based work combining field recordings, projection mapping, live performance and a series of ink washed drawings that reflect on stories of Asian migration and Asian heritage in Australia.
The PICA Galleries will be open from 5–7:30pm, with The Anomaly performance from 6–7pm.
Supported by PICA’s Art Ambassadors and North Metropolitan Tafe.