Autumn Yunting Tsai
Taiwanese writer and interdisciplinary artist.
Autumn is a Taiwanese writer and an interdisciplinary artist.
Autumn holds dual degrees in performance and literature. She explored performance and performing arts while pursuing MA Performance Making at Goldsmiths, UoL, and deepened her knowledge of Western medieval literatures during her studies at the department of English Language and Literature, Fu Jen Catholic University, Taipei, Taiwan. During her studies, She gained insights into diverse English studies cultures as she travelled across the UK, Taiwan, Italy, and Germany.
Literature lives in her own changing life between the East and the West. Her artistic productions delve into identity questions, post-colonization, orientalism/racism, heritage, and diaspora. Her literary works are often written in a tapestry of different languages, evolving into various art forms.
With semiotic analysis and historical research as her research foundation, and improvisation as her creative methodology, Autumn’s works blend academic research, artistic research, and artistic production, connecting the western medieval culture with her own presence in the here and now.
Her creative material allows her to connect fields, and as a communicator between fields, her story will continue to be told across space and time.