Independent curator and art critic Ying-Hsuan Tai was born in Taiwan and based in London. She holds an MFA in Curating from Goldsmiths, University of London. Her most recent independent curatorial projects were “The Xenophobia of Time?” (2017) – an exhibition exploring the pertinent issues of migration and its link to temporality at Clerkenwell Gallery London; “Create Syria: The Future Constellation” (2016) – a joint project collaborating with International Alert, the British Council and Ettijahat – Independent Culture. Tai is also the former curator of an art and humanitarian organisation “Between Borders” from 2016 to 2017, recently she has given public talks at BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Arts, UCL and the Migration Museum Project. Her writing has been included in numerous art magazines and museum journals based in Taiwan, Hong Kong, and China, and she is a regular contributor of “Art Accrediting” and “The Artist” since 2015.