Shih-yu Hsu studied Communication Engineering and Visual Art Administration at National Central University in Taiwan and New york University. Her research field includes media art, image, memory and space. Hsu worked at National Palace Museum, Taiwan in 2012 and supervised the touring exhibition of the new media art installations. She interned at Digital Media Department at Whitney Museum of American Art and at Social Media Relation at Residency Unlimited in New York. Hsu also worked as studio manager at Grimanesa Amoros Studio in 2015. She co- founded bi-lingual online media art platform SCREEN, organizing What Kind of Technology is Culture? as part of program in Asia Contemporary Art Week 2015, and presenting three-city screening The Art of Living in Beijing, Berlin and New York. In 2016, she joined the curatorial team of Taiwan Pavilion of Venice Biennale 2017. She currently works at Taipei Contemporary Art Center (TCAC) as curator. Her writing on art has been published on several publications including Artist Magazine, Artforum.com.cn, Art Investment and Yishu. Her curatorial projects include Emit at The Schoolhouse, Brooklyn, New York (2014); Level Up at Taiwan Economic And Cultural Office New York (2015); Resistance is Futile at Gallery 456, Chinese American Arts Council, New York (2017), and Video Lounge Series 1- 3 at Taipei Contemporary Art Center (2018).