LIU ENTUNG was born in 1995 in Taipei, Taiwan. As an interdisciplinary artist, ENTUNG’s works explore the intersection of multiple fields: visual art, performance, and technology with various methods like paintings, photography, performances, installations, videos, and sounds. She received a BFA in Multimedia Art at Taipei National University of the Arts in 2018 and a MPS in Interactive Telecommunications Program at New York University in 2022.
LIU was one of the ten winners of the BBA 2022 photography prize by BBA Gallery and selected artist for the Vision of Future NFT art collection by Saatchi Art. Her works have been exhibited at La Galerie du Génie de la Bastille in Paris, France (2022), Arena Berlin during Berlin Photo Week in Berlin, Germany (2022), The Other Art Fair in Los Angeles (2022), and The East Village Art Collection in New York (2022). LIU has performed at Treasure Hill Artist Village (2020), Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts (2019), and Fuzhong15 Animation and Story Gallery (2019) in Taipei, Taiwan. Her upcoming event is <Die Digitale Dusseldorf> in Germany. Currently, she is living in NYC and shooting the series <Too Bright To Be Painful>.
ENTUNG's work is a transparent mirror, which reveals the absurd moments of daily life, and its reflection overlays the invisible issues under the new technology fantasy. Her creative process often begins with observing and feeling, and then she will build an intensive connection between the body and space. With both visual art and performance background, LIU cares about how body gestures influence the angle of eyesight and how it affects people's awareness.
Besides one-person performances, she is also exploring participatory theater. The artist believes 'Daily life is a theater, and the theater is life.' Participation is a compelling method to unfold static social structure and reimage the existing world. Through her art practice, LIU hopes to show the relationships between identification, technology, nature, and life through her works.