Image: Window projection and installation, artistYu-Fang Chi.


Artists: Taloi Havini, Yu-Fang Chi, Emily Simek, Autumn Tansey, and Yandell Walton

Vanue: Climarte Gallery, 120 Bridge Rd, Richmond VIC 3121

Date: Wednesday 25 May - Sunday 05 June 2022

Gallery Hours: Wednesday - Friday, 12pm - 5pm, and Saturday, 1pm - 5pm

*Window projections and video works will be viewable daily until midnight



Image: Alternative Provisions, CRAFT VICTORIA  2022. Photographer: Henry Trumble
Alternative Provisions

Artist: Alexi Freeman, Ella Saddington, James Walsh, Jessie French, Narelle White and Yu-Fang Chi

Exhibition Dates: 10 February 2022 – 26 March 2022

Venue:  CRAFT VICTORIA, Watson Place, Melbourne 3000



Image: Yu-Fang Chi, Intertwine, 2021, fishnet, monofilament nylon thread, cotton thread, silk, dimensions variable. Photographer: Cheng-Lin Wu.


Exhibition Dates: 9 September 2021 – 14 November 2021

Venue: Bargoonga Nganjin, North Fitzroy Library.

             182 St Georges Road, North Fitzroy

Radiant Pavilion. Melbourne Contemporary Jewellery and. Object Biennial. 4 - 12 September 2021


Supported by Yarra CityCouncil, Radiant Pavilion & Victorian Fisheries Authority

* The exhibition period is between 9 September and 14 November. Due to COVID-19 lockdown, this project be adjusted to include both an online webpage and an exhibition. Depending on restrictions, gallery hours may change, but online website will be viewable 24hours.

Link to the project.

Arts in the Time of COVID-19

Exhibition Dates: Friday 5 February 2021 – Monday 5 April 2021

Opening Night: Thursday 4th February 2021, 6:30pm - 8:30pm (RSVP, Montsalvat)

Venue: Barn Gallery, Montsalvat. 7 Hillcrest Ave, Eltham VIC 3095.

Supported by Nillumbik Shire Council




Yu Fang Chi’s 2019~2020 artwork 'Remnant' in Form’s 2020 exhibition, Plasticology. Photograph: Taryn Hays/Form


12 March - 31 May 2020

Artists: Leeroy New (Philippines), Yu Fang Chi (Taiwan/Australia), Eko Nugroho (Indonesia), and Angela Yuen (Hong Kong)

Curated by Sharmila Wood

Opening: Thursday 12th March 6 – 8pm
Special Preview and Artist Talks: 5.30pm

THE GOODS SHED: 4 Shenton Road, Claremont WA 6010

Monday to Friday: 8am - 3pm, Weekends: 9am - 3pm

PLASTICOLOGY highlights the link between plastics and our ecology, presenting ways that artists engage with the environment and waste. Climate change is the most compelling issue of our time and with only nine percent of the world’s plastic recycled there are eight million tonnes of plastic entering our ocean every year. PLASTICOLOGY considers the possibilities of creative approaches to sustainability, and helps us to reflect on how we could achieve a post-plastic world. 


The Guardian Press

'Plastic is political': upcycled art exposes Australia’s fraught relationship with waste


Date: 01 Nov 2019- 14 Doc 2019


Artists: Hoda Ashfar, Lara Chamas, Yu Fang Chi, Katayoun Javan, James Nguyen,

            Sha Sawari, Cyrus Tang, and Truc Truong.

Presented by The SUBSTATION, Hyphenated Projects and Due West Arts Festival. 

Curated by Phuong Ngo

In The End/Future of History, contemporary artists examine how rights are administered in an international system that has been dominated by western ideology. A fundamental flaw exists with the administering of rights. It is a system where the guarantor is almost always the key violator.

This exhibition brings together a number of contemporary artists examining this very flaw within systems of government. They call to question the ability of governments in fulfilling the needs of people when presented with conflicting demands.



Image: Yu Fang Chi, Remnant II, 2019, synthetic fiber, monofilament nylon thread, dimensions variable.

Insistent. Gestures.

Date: 06 Sep 2019-09 Nov 2019

Venue: RMIT Gallery, 344 Swanston Street, Melbourne

Artists: Kazumi Nagano (JP), Yong Joo Kim (KR), Chen Chun Tai (TW),  

            Cyrus Tang (HK/AU), Yu Fang Chi (TW/AU)

Curated by Yu Fang Chi

Insistent. Gestures. brings together the work of five artists who live, work or were born in Asia to explore personal narratives, diasporic identity and the use of repetition.
The exhibition considers the role of materials, bodily gestures and the intimate experience of making. These artists share related geographical histories and connections that respond to their stories and experience of making. Through repetitive cutting, assembling, sewing, weaving, and layering the simple materials chosen by each artist grow in complexity. The constant movement central to each artist’s process gives rise to the contemplation of time and space, and an introspective understanding of body and mind
The repetitive movements – or insistent gestures – of making carry a sense of ritual and intimate recollection that resonates with the artists’ personal histories. Here an insistent, female and labour creating subjectivity is woven into being.



Atelier Ravary

Nessonvaux, Belgium. June/July 2019

Every year Marzee invites the winners of the Marzee Graduate Prize to take part in a residency at Atelier Ravary, set in the grounds of a magnificent estate in the Belgium countryside. Atelier Ravary provides the artists with access to a range of fully-equipped workshops, mentors to guide them and peaceful and inspiring surroundings in which to immerse themselves.


Bruised: Art Action and Ecology in Asia

Date: 12 Apr 2019-01 Jun 2019

Venue: RMIT Gallery, 344 Swanston Street, Melbourne

In the face of complex environmental problems Bruised: Art Action and Ecology in Asia examines how artistic response combined with gentle activism can result in a rich legacy and empower further actions in the community.


Artwork link: Yu Fang Chi, Remnant, 2019

Bruised: Art Action and Ecology in Asia which opens on Thursday 11 April 6-8 pm, is part of ART+CLIMATE=CHANGE 2019, a socially-engaged festival of ideas, exhibitions and events. https://www.artclimatechange.org/2019/

Caption: (left to right) Helen Rayment, Acting Director RMIT Gallery and Curator of Bruised: Art action and ecology in Asia, and Bronwyn Johnson, Director, ART+CLIMATE=CHANGE 2019 festival at RMIT Gallery standing within Yu Fang Chi’s large-scale work Remnant, 2019.

2017 Diana Morgan RMIT Postgraduate Gold and Silversmithing Prize

Yu Fang Chi, Inner Crease, object, 2017, copper, metallic car paint, thread, steel wire, crocheting, electroforming, painting, 28 x 28 x 15 cm. Photo: Cheng Lin Wu

Entwined: Yu Fang Chi Solo Exhibition

7th November – 24th November 2018

Opening: Thursday 8th November at 6pm


Stanley Street Gallery, Sydney, Australia

Wednesday - Friday 11am - 6pm, Saturday 11 - 5pm

1/52-54 Stanley Street, Darlinghurst, NSW 2010, Australia

+61 (02) 9368 1142


The 32nd Marzee International Graduation Show

Date: 19 August until 31 October 2018 at Galerie Marzee – opening Sunday 19 August at 4 pm
Location: Galerie Marzee, Lage Markt 3, 6511 VK Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Inner Crease series received a Marzee Graduate Prize 2018

Yu Fang Chi
Inner Crease
brooch; copper, metallic car paint, thread, steel wire

Image caption: Lauren Kalman, But if the Crime is Beautiful
Hood (2), 2014, inkjet print, 70 x 50 cm. ©Lauren Kalman


Monika Brugger(Germany), Yu Chun Chen(Taiwan), Yu Fang Chi(Taiwan), Carole Deltenre(France), Yuni Kim Lang(South Korea), Lauren Kalman(United States)

23 August – 9 September Tue–Sat 12–6pm

BLINDSIDE Level 7, Room 14, The Nicholas Building, 37 Swanston St, Melbourne

Tacit Recollection engages object and jewellery artists who reflect on the relation of body and external world. Works on exhibition are intimate responses to the ‘uncertain’ body circumstances of each artist, evoking a sense of fragility, sensuality, transparency and intuition.

Notions of ambiguous identity, voicelessness and introspection are engaged via each artist’s processes of making. Their artwork tends to evoke the sensation of touch in the viewer and the wearer.

Curated by Yu Fang Chi

Exhibition Essay & Gallery Website:http://www.blindside.org.au/tacit-recollection 

 Article: Bodies and Jewellery in Tacit Recollection by Elizabeth M. Grierson

Event Website: http://tacitrecollection.wixsite.com/mysite

This exhibition is presented as part of the 2017 Melbourne Contemporary Jewellery and Object Trail, Radiant Pavilion, 26 August – 3 September, 2017.


18th Silver Triennial International
06.11.2016 - 15.01.2017
Location: Deutsches Goldschmiedehaus


Following the presentation in Hanau, the exhibition will travel to:

Jan. 26 – Apr. 9, 2017: Museum voor Edelsmeedkunst, Juwelen en Diamant, Antwerp (B)
Apr. 23 – July 2, 2017:  Silberwarenmuseum Ott-Pausersche Fabrik, Schwäbisch Gmünd
July 23 – Oct. 1, 2017: Robbe & Berking Yachting Heritage Centre, Flensburg
Oct. 29 – Jan. 21, 2018: Museum Zons, Dormagen

2016 Mari Funaki Award for Contemporary Jewellery

Date:August 24 - September 24, 2016


2016 Mary & Lou Senini Student Art Award
Date: 27 November 2016 - 15 January 2017

McClelland Sculpture Park & Gallery


Radiant Pavilion—Melbourne Contemporary Jewellery and Object Trail               1 - 6 September 2015


Melbourne Fringe Festival                                                                     16 September – 4 October 2015


2015 Contemporary Australian Silver & Metalwork Award Castlemaine 

         e.g.etal DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT AWARD


24th International Legnica Jewellery Competition BOUNDARIES

                       2013 The 17th Silver Triennial International Competition
Deutsches Goldschmiedehaus
Apr 14 - Jun 09, 2013                              The Deutsches Goldschmiedehaus (Hanau, Germany)
June 22 –  August 28, 2013                      National Museum of Decorative Arts in Trondheim (Norway)
September 15 – November 10, 2013        Silberwarenmuseum Ott-Pausersche Fabrik in Schwäbisch Gmünd November 22, 2013 –  February 2, 2014  Deutsches Klingenmuseum in Solingen
February 7 – 11, 2014                               Messe Ambiente in Frankfurt
February 14 – 17, 2014                             Messe Inhorgenta in Munich
                    2013 Cheongju International Craft Biennale
The 6th Tallinn Applied Art Triennial 2012

The triennial’s current theme „The Art of Collecting“ has been developed by the Swedish curator and art critic Love Jönsson who has focused on analysing international design and applied arts. The theme inspires artists to present all kinds of different approaches to collecting. The triennial received applications from 515 artists from 43 countries. The jury has selected 73 artists from 22 countries to present their works at the main exhibition.