Margot holds a MFA degree from the Beaux-arts of Montpellier in France. She dedicates herself to exploring the art-ness of contemporary digital technology, through which she reflects on the idea of “reality”.
By examining the fluidity of time, she uncovers the nature and condition of human life; it is the irrefutable time, the deepest layer of self, or a blurring of the “self” and “subject,” collectively formed into an argument on “being.” From the paradoxical relationship between perception and cognition, reality and virtual, space and time, Margot questions the idea of “reality” – is “reality” necessarily “real?”
2018 National Taiwan University of the Arts, School of Contemporary Visual Culture, Phd Program
2018 Recipient of Taiwan Ministry of Education’s scholarship
2017 National Taipei University of the Arts, Department of Fine-Arts
2016 Graduated from the Ecole Superieure des Beaux-arts de Montpellier, France
2015 Exchange Student at the Guangzhou Academy of Fine-arts, China