Su Yu-Hsien's work often addresses the underrepresented in society, culture, and history, and the possibilities of empowerment through whimsy. He studied at the Graduate Institute of Plastic Arts, TNNUA In 2011 his works were presented at the Heard and the Unheard-Soundscape Taiwan at the Taiwan Pavilion at the 54th Venice Biennale. He has exhibited his work in Today of Taiwanese Art, Changwon, South Korea, (2010), Plug in X Add on, the Rag Factory, London (2011); 60- Minute Cinema, Chinese Arts Centre, Manchester, UK (2012); True Illusion, Illusory Truth, Taipei Fine Arts Museum(2013); inToAsia: Time-Based Art Festival, Queens Museum of Art, New York (2013); Mediacity Seoul, SeMA Biennale, Seoul Museum of Art (2014); Gestures and Archives of the Present, Genealogies of the Future, Taipei Biennial (2016); and A Disappearing Act: Su Yu Hsien and Cici Wu, Asia Art Archive in America (2017); A BEAST, A GOD, AND A LINE, curatedy by Cosmin Costinas, Dhaka Art Summit, Dhaka; Para Site, Hong Kong; TS1, Yangon; Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw.Read More
He also curated Paradigm Shift: the Moment of Taiwan New Generation Arts , 798 Art Zone, Beijing, (2007), CO Q-Young Taiwanese Artist from Nobody Collection, Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts of Taipei National University of the Arts, Taipei (2008), and Oopject, TKG+, Taipei (2010). In 2007 Su was awarded the S-An Arts Award, the Kaohsiung Award, and the Taipei Arts Award's first prize.
Eighty artists participated in the exhibition, which aimed to examine the role artists play in questioning the power involved in the preservation (or exclusion) of public archives.