Critical Designs

Intervention in art museums to foster empathy.Arduino, thermal printer, custom-made objects, Web programming


Scroll less & read more on Facebook with this Chrome extension.
Chrome extension, Web programming, Installation

Google Searches

Your internet search history is a recycling bin for traces of intellectual and emotional output from your brain. Turn this E-waste into something meaningful to you.
Web programming, Open source instructions

Augmented Ping-Pong

Players must decide from three alternative realities.Processing, Piezo ensors, Arduino, Projection mapping, Ping-pong table

Life On Respirator/人肉吸霾机

Interactive installation to protest against air pollution.
Arduino, Processing, Humidity sensor, Motion detection, Facial mask, Installation

Painitings, Illustrations & Videos

In The Spirit Of The 21st Century

Editorial illustrations interrogating contemporary culture.
Mixed media on paper, Digital paint, Animation, Illustration

Experimental Cinema Project

Experimental video series that venture into the deep psychological space of the modern man.
In the series:
1. Still I Rise (5’5”)
2. One Day (4’19”)
3. All Roses Wither (5’29”)

Moody Humans



IMMEMORY is an online group exhibition I initiated dedicated to curating creative and thoughtful responses to the changing pandemic crisis from across the world. Ongoing OPEN CALL for submissions.
Digital curation, Online exhibition, Multimedia website


Online exhibition peppered with nostalgic imagery.
Digital curation, Mixed-media, Processing, Photography, Web programming, Online exhibition


Imprints: Past & Present
Vacant Museum, online
December 18, 2020 - ongoing

Ongoing OPEN CALL for submissions
November 2020 - ongoing

COVIDEO-19 NOTES/ A Living, Virtual Video Project
Undercurrent, Brooklyn, NY
April 22 - June 30, 2020

LIC-A@Atlantic 2020
November 12 - November 28, 2020

Stories from the Room
curator: Jasphy Zheng
2020 - 2021
* Center for Contemporary Art Kitakyushu, Japan,  May 18 - September 25, 2020
* Rockbund Art Museum, Shanghai, China,  November 7, 2020 - January 3, 2021
* TarraWarra Museum of Art, Australia, August 30, 2020 - July 11, 2021
* Ethiopia, October 2020 - ongoing
* Kazakhstan, End of 2020 - ongoing
* Serbia, End of 2020 - ongoing

Drawings In A Time Of Social Distancing
LiC-A at the Plaxall Gallery, Long Island City, NY
June 12 - August 12, 2020
Press Release pop-up show
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA
Anderson Collection at Stanford University, Stanford, CA
May 2018

Stanford Arts Departmental Show - FeedScanner
Stanford Art Gallery, Stanford, CA
May 2018

Stanford Feminist Narratives (Winter 2018 Issue)

Infected Instructions
curator: Yunjin La-mei Woo
May 2020 - ongoing

Stanford Arts Departmental Show - Bad Blood
Stanford Art Gallery, Stanford, CA
December 2018

Stanford Arts Open Studios
- Augmented Ping Pong
Stanford Art Gallery, Stanford, CA
December 2017

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
2016 - 2019


Fundamental to my art practice is bringing perspectives to the underlying ideological structures that shape how people feel, think and live in the 21st century. Drawing inspiration from current news and sociology research, my visual and interactive work collectively develop narratives about contemporary life and provide critical insight into it. More specifically, my work often serves to raise awareness about the lesser-known impact of techno-political systems on society and individual psyche. By using a combination of traditional visual art techniques and digital technologies, this body of work bridges analog and digital realms to create its own language that engages a contemporary audience.

I would like to think of a contemporary artist as a creative thinker whose work primarily concerns about discussing relevant issues, expressing everyday feelings, and connecting people. Admittedly, being an artist can be an isolating experience - declaring a piece of work as an “artwork” immediately drives away certain audience; often we hear people say “I don’t get art”, a sad and unnecessary statement as a reaction to the exclusive and elitist behavior of the art world - and there is much more to think and act about in this realm.

- Chun

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