Liu Yunyi was the Artist in Residence here at CFCCA (September – November 2019); whilst Shamica Ruddock was the artist-in-residence at Taipei Artist Village (October – December 2019).

Liu Yunyi works predominantly with sound and moving image, studying the relationship between space and time, memory, subconsciousness and history.

Liu Yunyi obtained her BFA from Taipei National University of the Arts in 2005, Diploma from Burg Giebichenstein University of Art and Design Halle in Germany in 2010, and Masters from Burg Giebichenstein in 2014.


Liu Yunyi, Sunken Memories X (2019). Courtesy of the artist.

Liu Yunyi, Sunken Memories X (2019). Courtesy of the artist.

Shamica Ruddock is a filmmaker and multimedia artist working with sound, text and live projections. She has a background in cultural heritage, specifically archives, collections and community engagement. Situated at an intersection between art and heritage Shamica is interested in memory, the legacies we inherit, and our tools for cultural preservation.

Shamica has previously been commissioned by the South London Gallery, led workshops with the Barbican and Create London, and has exhibited work with 198 Contemporary Arts & Learning.