CHUNG, Chieh-Min


latest update:2021-12-31

With a background in arts management and museum studies, Chieh-Min’s interest lies at the intersection of cultural institutions and public spheres, between art and audience. She is the founder of OFF-SITE, a collective that initiates curatorial research and projects within different landscapes.

OFF-SITE is led by architects and artists with an interest in contemporary art and urban intervention. Established in 2011 by Chieh-Min, we research, interact, discuss, produce and exhibit in the public realm. By doing so we aim to provide different approach of cultural production and encourage knowledge sharing.

  • 2021

    Bridge Hole, beneath the Jianguo Expressway x Bade Rd., co-curated with Chiang Ping-Fan and Chung Hsiang-Ching, Taipei, Taiwan

  • 2018

    SuperMarket, Bade Market, Taipei, Taiwan

  • 2011-2018

    CAFÉ SHOWROOM, Taipei, Taiwan

  • 2009

    University of the Arts London, Enterprise and Management for the Creative Arts, London, UK

  • 2011-

    OFF-SITE, Founder, Taipei, Taiwan

  • 2013

    Flaneur Culture Lab, Member Scheme Consultant, Shenzhen, China

  • 2009-2010

    Main Trend Gallery, PR Assistant, Taipei, Taiwan

  • 2008

    English Council, Biennale of Architecture British Pavilion Assistant, Venice, Italy

  • 2011/6

    Museum and Architecture: Taking Tate Modern as a Case Study, The Newsletter of the Chinese Association of Museum, R.O.C. No. 56

  • 2010/11

    Frieze as a Young Art Fair to Promote Art Education, Art Collection + Design magazine

  • 2010/7

    Crossover: Waltz of Brand and Art, Gallery magazine

  • 2009/1

    Catering and Retail Space within London Museums: The Artistic, Economic, and Societal Impacts, Final Major Project, University of the Arts London