Autumn Yunting Tsai
Taiwanese writer and interdisciplinary artist.
Coming from a background in literature, Autumn has explored her topics in performance/performing arts while doing MA Performance Making at Goldsmiths, UoL. Her collaborative works consist of topics on identity questions, post-colonization, orientalism/racism, heritage, and performative/non-performative.
She is currently studying in Università per Stranieri di Perugia for research purposes, and previously MA English Language and Literature at Fu Jen Catholic University, Taipei, Taiwan. While preparing for her thesis on Dante's Commedia, she also seeks cross-cultural and cross-discipline collaborations.
With semiotic analysis and historical research as her base and improvisation her creative methodology, she seeks to connect western medieval culture to her presence in the here and now. She attempts to understand literature via non-traditional approaches-- as music, as fine art, as performance, and as a part of her own changing life between the east and the west.
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.